Happy Labor Day! A Year of Growth: Teachers Unite 2013-2014

We've decided to turn the tradition of the Annual Report on its head.

Not exactly sure what Teachers Unite does? Check out our colorful and kinetic Prezi! (Best if viewed in full screen)

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We are forever grateful to our fabulous volunteer Miranda Selbst for putting it all together.

Find out what we accomplished in 2013-2014, and start thinking about how you will be a part of Teachers Unite this year. Additional links below!

And, of course, have an exciting and generally kick-ass first week of school!

The School to Prison Pipeline starts in K-5

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Join us for a discussion that kickstarts a community for NYC educators to end overly punitive and racially disproportionate discipline in K-5 schools.

Tuesday, August 26th
4:30pm

4th Avenue Pub
76 4th Ave (btw Bergen and St. Marks)

Subways: 2/3/4/5/B/D/N/Q/R Atlantic-Pacific

Snacks Provided

PLEASE RSVP

It's finally here: The Growing Fairness TOOLKIT!

Happy Summertime!

You've seen the film.

You've heard about the workshops.

Now check out the Growing Fairness Toolkit now online!

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The Growing Fairness Toolkit features tools and testimonials about implementing restorative justice practices from more than 12 NYC schools, 20 contributors -- and counting! Including original reflections, protocols, lessons plans, sample letters, evaluations, and so much more, the Toolkit is written by the educators who are making a transformational shift away from suspensions and policing in public schools and toward positive accountability, student leadership, and community empowerment.

Check it out now!

& read answers to some Frequently Asked Questions here

Eat Ice Cream with Us!

Celebrate summer at our ...

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Friday, June 27th, 4-6pm
Stuyvesant Park (near 16th St. & Rutherford Place)

RSVP here so that we have enough ice cream for you!

There will be carnival games provided by Milk, Not Jails! 1001069_552642692740_1059100729_n.jpg

(Milk Not Jails is an economic alternative to the prison industry. It is a dairy marketing and distribution co-operative and a political campaign building an alliance for a sustainable and just regional economy. Milk, Not Jails is building a regional economy that depends on bringing city residents local, healthy food, not locking them up.)

Final Member Meeting of the School Year!

Workshop with Girls for Gender Equity: Gender Justice and School Pushout

Saturday, June 14th
12-2pm

YA-YA Network
224 W. 29th Street, 14th Floor
A/C/E/N/Q/R/1/2/3 to 34th St.

School staff, students, parents—all are welcome!
Bring a snack or drink to share
Please RSVP: anna@teachersunite.net
Flyer attached below

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