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    Educational Equity and My Brother's Keeper Community Forum
    Posted on 02/28/2019
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    Educational Equity and My Brother's Keeper Community Forum

    Join Superintendent Denise Juneau and SABSE (Seattle Alliance of Black School Educators) for a conversation about ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) and its effects on student learning.

     

    Educational Equity and My Brother's Keeper Community Forum
    Sat., March 9, 2019, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Meany Middle School, 302 21st Avenue E, Seattle, WA 98112

    The My Brother’s Keeper event will focus on school accountability, decision making, school improvement, family, school and community engagement, school discipline, the ESSA law and the need for voices in the policy-making process, student outcomes and educational equity.

    The Speaker's Panel Includes:

    • Gayle Pauley, OSPI Federal Programs
    • Dr. Calvin Watts, Superintendent, Kent School District
    • Dr. Mia Williams, Seattle Public School Principal, Seattle Urban League Representative
    • Dr. Marion Smith, Jr., Executive Director of schools, Kent School District
    • Annabel Quintero, ESSA Advocate
    • James Donaldson, Success Strategies

    Anita Koyier-Mwamba, Seattle Public Schools Family Partnerships Manager will moderate the conversation.

    8 a.m. Continental Breakfast
    8:30 a.m. Opening Remarks by Superintendent Denise Juneau
    9 a.m. - 1 p.m. ESSA Discussion

    Lunch provided by the Seattle Urban League. Clock hours available. Everyone is invited to attend!
    Send RSVPs to sabse.09alliance.17@gmail.com.