Today's Teacher Shortage: Policies that Push Educators Out of the Profession

Tues. Feb. 11th, 10:00 a.m.-noon

Central Adams Retired Educators (CARE) presentation

1235 W. 124th Ave. Suite.101, Westminster

 

Participants:  Hon.Evie Hudak, Dr.JoAnn Fujioka, Sue Marinelli, Dr. Edward Krug

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Fighting the Corporatization and Privatization of Public Education

 

Friday, Feb. 7th, 8:30-9:30 a.m.

KGNU radio show with Kathy Partridge in Boulder

 

Listen in at Community Radio

88.5 FM or 1390 AM Boulder & Denver

98.7 FM Ft. Collins

93.7 FM Nederland

Participants:

Hon. Evie Hudak,

Dr. JoAnn Fujioka

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Eyes Wide Open: A 2020 Look at Public Education Policy

 

Wed. Jan. 29th 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Farr Library,

1936 61st Ave, Greeley

A presentation and conversation about possible 2020 legislative bills with

Greeley-Evans Teachers Association,

League of Women Voters,

school board members,

and a brief introduction to Advocates for Public Education Policy  (A4PEP)

 

Participants:

                                             Hon. Sue Windels,

                                                      Hon. Evie Hudak,

                                                                 Hon, Judy Solano,

                                                                           Manuel Solano, esq,

                                                                                     Dr. Edward Krug,

                                                                                               Scott Merrifield 

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A Conversation with Dr. Lorenzo A. Trujillo

EFFECTS OF THE “EDUCATION REFORM” MOVEMENT ON THE UNDERSERVED STUDENT:

ADDRESSING ACADEMIC NEEDS THROUGH MUSIC AND ART

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY, JAN. 11, 1:00 – 3:00 P.M.

METROPOLITAN STATE UNIVERSITY Arts/Science Bldg. RM. AR 295 (2nd floor)

1150 10th St., Denver

(I-25 to Colfax, east on Colfax to 7th St, north on 7th  St., right on Curtis, park in Holly lot)

Free Admission, questions: (720) 634-5757

Click to see the Agenda.

Click to see Dr. Trujillo's PowerPoint slides.

Click to see Dr. Trujillo's presentation.


Dr. Lorenzo A. Trujillo has a long history as an educator and advocate of children, youth and families.  He served as the Executive Director of Humanities in Jefferson County Public Schools throughout the 80’s, and then, in Adams County Public School District 14 from 1996-2004, as a Principal of an alternative high school and In-House Legal Counsel for Truancy.

In 2004, he became the Assistant Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School.   In 2007, he was distinguished in serving the Colorado State Legislature in chairing and co-authoring the Trujillo Commission of Online Education: Findings and Recommendations through the Donnell Kay Foundation. (SB 07-215-C.R.S. 22-30.7 et seq.)

His policy work in education led him to a task force of the United States Senate where he addressed Education of Latino Youth: Early Childhood Education, K-12, Access to Higher Education, and the Dream Act.  His work as an attorney was pivotal in addressing attempts to commandeer language equity and access of non-English speaking children in our schools resulting in two favorable decisions by the Colorado Supreme Court (Ballot Title 2001-2002 No.21 7 No. 22, 44P.3d 213 (Colo. 2002); In Re Ballot Title 1999-2000 No. 258 (A), 4 P.3d 1094 (Colo. 2000) and making sure our children are tested in their primary language in academic subjects in proceedings involving the U.S. Office of Civil Rights and Department of Education.

Dr. Trujillo’s work on truancy, suspension, and expulsion procedures in the schools resulted in statewide adoption of intervention policies and statutory revisions to keep our K-12 youth in schools. 

He continues to work while focusing on family, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

 

*Advocates for Public Education Policy (A4PEP) was created in response to concerns about the adverse effects of failed education “reform” policies. We are a statewide coalition of individuals and grassroots organizations working to educate the public and policymakers to ensure that public education policy works for all, and to fight back against the corporatization and privatization attacks on our public schools.  

 

This is the second of our lecture series. 

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ADVOCATES FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION POLICY*
presents guest speaker…
ANGELA ENGEL

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Founder and Executive Director of Uniting 4 Kids, acclaimed author of Seeds of Tomorrow: Solutions for Improving Our Children’s Education, and the collaborative book project Fixing Public Education.


Come Join Us for an Evening of Enlightenment

 

Topic: “Corporate Education and the Demise of Democracy”

 

Thursday, October 10th 6:00-8:00 p.m. 
Anderson Room at the Englewood Public Library, 1000 Englewood Parkway

 

Admission is free and open to the public.

 

*Advocates for Public Education Policy (A4PEP) was created in response to concerns about the adverse effects of failed education “reform” policies. We are a statewide coalition of individuals and grassroots organizations working to educate the public and policymakers to ensure that public education policy works for all, and to fight back against the corporatization and privatization attacks on our public schools.  

 

This is the first of our lecture series.

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Advocates for Public Education Policy

Caucus of Today's Teachers

CUPC- Community Uniting for Positive Change

IAF- Industrial Areas Foundation

NAACP Colorado State Conference

Uniting for Kids

Working Families Party

Democracy Enter Colorado

and others in our growing coalition…

invite you to join our summit

Defending Public Education:

Building a Statewide Coalition to Keep Public Schools Public

 

March 10, 2019

10:00am - 3:00pm

Adams County Government Center

4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton

 

Learn from experts about:

  • Strategies for successful organizing

  • Effective messaging to combat the corporate language of the “reformers”

  • Planning for action

 

Cost is $15 per person.

Lunch is an optional $10 additional (you may bring your own).
 

To view the agenda, click here.

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 140220 Edgewater, CO 80214

© 2019 by A4PEP.ORG

720-634-5757

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