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Parent Power: Education Organizing in NYC, 1995-2010 - Viewer's Guide

Parent Power: Education Organizing in NYC, 1995-2010 - Viewer's Guide

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The guide outlines successful organizing strategies that are depicted in the film [Parent Power: Education Organizing in NYC, 1995-2010], offers up questions for groups to consider when formulating their own organizing strategies and goals, and answers frequently asked questions that may come up while viewing the film.
The guide outlines successful organizing strategies that are depicted in the film [Parent Power: Education Organizing in NYC, 1995-2010], offers up questions for groups to consider when formulating their own organizing strategies and goals, and answers frequently asked questions that may come up while viewing the film.

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Written and edited by Norm Fruchter and O’rya Hyde-KellerDesigned by Carole Jeung and Haewon KimCover photo by Jason MastenInterior photos by Jason Matsen and Jose GonzalezThe Annenberg Institute for School Reform is a nationalpolicy-research and reform-support organization, affiliatedwith Brown University, which focuses on improvingconditions and outcomes for all students in urban publicschools, particularly those serving disadvantaged children.The Institute’s vision is the transformation of traditionalschool systems into “smart education systems” that developand integrate high-quality learning opportunities in all areasof students’ lives—at school, at home, and in the community.For more information, visit www.annenberginstitute.org.Produced in collaboration with Active Voice. Special thanksto Ellen Schneider, founder and executive director, andDina de Veer, story and policy coordinator. For moreinformation on Active Voice, visit www.activevoice.net.©2011 Annenberg Institute for School Reform
 
When I think of things around me, it makes me sad, and I want to cry.But then I stop, and it gets me angry, and that’s what brings about the change.
– Carol Boyd, Parent Leader
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