Aloha Kakou –
Hawaiʻi Peace and Justice is cosponsoring a showing of the film “Race to Nowhere” is a documentary exposing the legacy & unintended consequences of “No Child Left Behind/Race to the Top” education policies, particularly through the viewpoint of students & teachers.
This film is being hosted by a Student Allied Voices for Education (SAVE), a grassroots student coalition- and its intent is to draw in more student supporters of a student voice in education policy. While the governor, legislators, teacher unions & public-at-large battle over redefining education terms, these students feel completely left out, yet bare the costs of decisions made far from the classroom. There will be a short student townhall talkstory after the film, but everyone- teachers, parents, admin, counselors & the larger community are invited to this free event.
Just in case the flyer doesn’t work out, or you cannot read the following message, here are the basics: this Thursday, 4/12, doors open 5, program starts 5:30. Free/donations accepted. Light snacks provided. ore info: www.racetonowhere.com (includes trailer); 808-554-2353; firstname.lastname@example.org
STUDENT ALLIED VOICES FOR EDUCATION (SAVE) PRESENTS:
Calling All Students!
Are you frustrated that there is little or no student voice in our public education? We can be part of the change!
FARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
THURSDAY APRIL 12th
DOORS OPEN 5 PROGRAM STARTS 5:30
FREE (Donations Accepted)
FILM: “RACE TO NOWHERE”
FOLLOWED BY STUDENT TOWNHALL TALKSTORY
Teachers, parents, administration & general community invited too!
light snacks provided
S.A.V.E. is a newly formed grassroots student alliance organizing a student voice in public education issues