Join us for our upcoming events
UNDERSTANDING AND NAVIGATING THE IEP PROCESS
This is a workshop and discussion for guardians and anyone else who is interested in learning more about helping young people when they need extra support in school.
Workshop and discussion 6:00pm-7:30pm
- Pat Halle- Inclusion Strategist/ Disability Justice Advocate
- Charvette Barfield- Parent Educator, Parents’ Place of Md.
Free childcare and transportation provided
RSVP to goo.gl/hSv4WC
Contact Tyrone Barnwell to register for transportation and childcare
A DIFFERENT KIND OF UNION
This event will focus on understanding teachers unions today and what a union could become.
Monday, June 4 at 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
10 E. North Ave.
RSVP to goo.gl/r5ceWZ
For info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-340-8809
The event will be facilitated by members of the Baltimoree Movement of Rank and File Educators (BMORE) who attended a national conference of Teacher Union Caucuses that are pushing for change in education across the country. This event will share some of that work nationally and explore a vision for Baltimore.
BMORE is a diverse group of educators committed to advancing quality public schools and the labor movement.
Social Justice Teach-in: Making teaching relevant to students lives
An event for teachers and students by teachers and students on Transformative Education and how to make learning relevant to students lives
Saturday, June 9
New Song Academy
1530 Presstman St, Baltimore, MD 21217
RSVP to goo.gl/H2oJB9
12:30 Presenter Matt Adelberg and students on Transformative Education
1:15-2:15 Workshops 1
- Math and Lead Poisoning curriculum for 3rd graders with Christyn Wallace
- Civic Engagement Curriculum for High Schoolers with Patrick Oray
- Using circles to deepen inquiry for all ages
- Teaching with an understanding of Trauma- Cease Fire
2:15-3:15 Workshops 2
- Planning a Black Lives Matter curriculum with Nadeira Young
- How to create Social Justice curriculum 101 with Kris Sieloff
- How to start a Peer-to-peer project with Alisa Engsberg and students
Questions? Call 410-340-8809 or email email@example.com
Education Advocacy Is What We Do
THE TEACHERS’ DEMOCRACY PROJECT SUPPORTS TEACHERS AND OTHERS COMMITTED TO STRENGTHENING DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATION IN BALTIMORE’S PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND IN EDUCATION POLICY MAKING
TDP engages teachers and community members in Fellowship Projects. Fellows are working on: Restorative Practices, Socially engaged curriculum and how to increase democratic decision making by all stakeholders in schools. By proactively connecting teachers, parents, students and community members we aim to transform school relationships, culture and the way decisions get made.
Our Advocacy Work is a result of what we hear from our fellows as they tackle issues in their schools and in response to larger national and local trends. We engage teacher feedback and conduct research to help us advocate for better policies and practices. We attend school board meetings and host community forums around how to create more equity and inclusion in school decision making.