NYC - The Current State of Public Education in Underserved Communities

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NYC - The Current State of Public Education in Underserved Communities

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October 30, 2017 at Maysles Cinema at 1:30 PM.

The current state of Public Education in underserved communities Who is actually accountable for ensuring students receive the education necessary to prepare them for the future? Is it the role of the Federal Government, the state, teachers, or the parent? Public schools in underserved communities are being taken over by Charter Schools, both with the funding of Charters with State and Federal dollars and the taking of prime real estate within the public school walls. The idea of choice how does the new educational policies affect underserved communities?

 

Homelessness in Los Angeles has exploded over the recent years makeshift sidewalk encampment line many city streets is this $100 million enough to end homelessness or is it just enough to start. How should the money be allocated in order to effectively address the issue.

 

Panelists

Terri Detroit Hughes (Possible Moderator)

Alisa Orduna (Homelessness Policy Director – Mayor Garcetti’s Office)

Downtown Women’s Center

Betsy Butler (Ca. Women’s law dept.)

Steve Diaz (Community Action Network)

Roxanne Jordan (LA Mission)

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