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Re:Imagine Schools - Defending the Potential of Public Education

Coalition of Progressive Electors

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)

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Re:Imagine Schools

 

The COPE Education Committee Presents:
Re:Imagine Schools - Defending the Potential of Public Education

 

Imagine a chance to take a step back from the day-to-day struggles being faced in public education right now and get a chance to think about all the innovation and change we could implement if given the chance.

Join COPE School Board Trustees, members of COPE's Education Committee, and public education advocates from across Vancouver for an evening of energizing discussion and imagination.

Re:Imagine Schools will bring together a panel of leading scholars and writers to talk about education and its future. The panel will feature Stephen Seaborn, editor of "Playing Fast and Loose with Public Education" and other exciting guests focusing on three key topics:

 

• The Power of Public Education (Why we need to protect and rebuild)

• Early Childhood Education (A Canada that works for all generations)

• The New School (Reimagining how our schools look and operate)

 

Tickets are only $10 (free for students!) and can be purchased online through eventbrite, or by contacting COPE directly at 604-255-0400 or cope@cope.bc.ca

Have questions about Re:Imagine Schools - Defending the Potential of Public Education? Contact Coalition of Progressive Electors

When & Where


The Joyce Walley Learning Centre at the Museum of Vancouver
1100 Chestnut Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 5E5
Canada

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Coalition of Progressive Electors

For 40 years, COPE has advocated for ordinary working people and families, those on fixed income, renters and home-owners, small and sustainable business, and the neighbourhoods and communities that make up the cultural diversity that is Vancouver. While Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities on the planet, it is also Canada's ground-zero for drug addiction, homelessness and poverty. COPE has real policies that help the entire community deal with the issues that face our neighbourhoods.

Learn more at: cope.bc.ca

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