Let’s get Educated about Education Series

Common Ground Education Issue

Please join us for our next meeting:

Great Schools
Tuesday, September 27th
6:30 – 8:00 PM

First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee (First Church)
1342 N Astor Street, Milwaukee (SE corner of Astor & Ogden)

Meeting is on 2nd floor in Otto Hall.  Enter through the green-glass doors just south of the sanctuary, follow the hallway to the end & take stairs or elevator.

Parking: Lincoln Center School (one block west at Ogden & Marshall) parking lot.  There is no parking lot at the church, some on-street parking may be available.

GreatSchools is the country’s leading source of information on school performance. With listings of 200,000 public and private schools serving students from preschool through high school and more than 800,000 parent ratings and reviews, GreatSchools has become the go-to guide for parents aiming to make a smart school choice.  Check out their website HERE.

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Child Care is available, please click here to RSVP so we ensure we have a space for your child(ren).  $5 for two kids with an additional $3 for more children.

PREVIOUS MEETINGS IN THIS SERIES:

8/9/11 – Abby Ramirez, co-founder of Schools That Can which identifies high performing schools across the country and share best practices to create more high performing schools in the Milwaukee are which include public, choice and charter.  Their vision is to get 20,000 students in high performing urban schools by 2020.  Click HERE to go to their website.

7/21/11 – Leigh Anne Fraley, Senior Site Advisor for Talent Development spoke about The New Teacher Project, a national non-profit dedicated to closing the achievement gap by ensuring that high-need students get outstanding teachers.

5/31/11 – Alan Borsuk, Longtime Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter and Senior Fellow in Law and Public Policy, at Marquette University Law School.

Leader to Contact: Keisha Krumm, Lead Organizer:  Email