T4SJ

18th Annual Teaching for Social Justice Conference
Focusing Rage & Forging Dissent

Thank you everyone for attending & thank you John O’Connell High School for hosting us!!!

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Commitment to Universal Access

Each year we work to better attend to issues of universal access.  This year’s conference will be at John O’Connell High School, built in 2003.  We look forward to further dialogue with the larger community about additional steps to make our organization and its events more inclusive for all.

ASL interpreters will be on hand during the conference for keynote and general sessions.   We are still working on expanding that option for workshops and other parts of the day.  Please let us know how we can support you.
The event is wheelchair accessible.  There are elevators inside the building.
Point people for accessibility will be at registration and available throughout the day.  Extra chairs will also be reserved for participants with accessibility needs during workshops.

We welcome community support as we work to make the T4SJ conference work for all educators.  Please join us at a general meeting, or contact us through email.

In solidarity,

T4SJ

Flashpoints Radio: “The Battle For Public Education In The 21st Century”

This dynamic 15-part series examines the past, present and future of public education, from the approach of Native Americans prior to the arrival of European invaders to the battles of the past two decades to shape U.S. education in this century. The series is organized around four guiding questions:

  • How can we understand the history of the public education system in the U.S. through a social justice lens?
  • What is the current corporate agenda for education and who directs it?
  • How has the corporate education agenda impacted students, educators, schools and communities, and how are these impacts differentiated based on power and privilege?
  • What would a socially just educational system look like, and who is working to build it.

The series was broadcast by Flashpoints, an award-winning, nationally syndicated news magazine on Pacifica Radio.  

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