Real vs. Phony Education Reform -- How to Know the Difference
Friday, January 11, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM (PST)
Brian Jones is a teacher, actor, and activist in New York City. He is a cofounder of GEM/NYC and starred in The Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting for Superman. He has been featured on Democracy Now and on NBC’s Education Nation.
“To hear the billionaire school reformers tell it, class size doesn't matter, resources don't matter, and experienced teachers are standing in the way of success. But when these same people spend five figures to send their kids to private schools, what do they insist on? Small classes, excellent resources and experienced teachers.” -- Brian Jones on Education Nation
Brian is in Portland to promote Sue Mach's play, A Noble Failure which takes on the "reformers" who favor privatizing public education.
Real vs. Phony Education Reform -- How to
Know the Difference
Redeemer Lutheran Church
5431 Northeast 20th Avenue Portland, OR 97211
Friday w January 11th, 2013 w 5:00 - 6:30 P.M.
Tickets are free and donations will be accepted to offset costs
Please contact us for your child care needs at OregonSOSinfo@gmail.com
Parking available in the church lot and on the street
Watch The Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting for Superman online.
See A Noble Failure at Portland Center for the Performing Arts.
Funding provided by Multnomah County Cultural Coalition
with support from:
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Oregon Save Our Schools
We are a group of parents, grandparents, teachers, students, support staff, and community members joining together to strengthen public education in Oregon.