Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Public Schools: Preparing Educaiton Advocates

PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Preparing Education Advocates

In October, the Justice Center's Education and Law Project will host an Education Leadership Institute in Duplin County for individuals who want to become better advocates for public school students. During the four-day training, participants will learn about the major challenges facing North Carolina's schools and students. They will also learn how they can influence education policy decisions and receive updates on the Leandro court decision. If you or someone you know would like to attend the free training, please contact us at 919-861-2064.
Interested in working to improve public education in North Carolina? NC Community Advocates for Revitalizing Education (NCCARE) is a statewide coalition of parents, teachers and community leaders dedicated to ensuring that every student in North Carolina receives a sound basic education.
For more information, contact Beth Jacobs at

Justice Center: From the Ground Up - Coalition Building + Parents' Rights

Justice Center: Fall 2008 Education Leadership Institute in Warsaw, NC

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