News & Events

Jul 19

Anne Looser and Megan Moskop are organizing a book club for this summer,
a joint venture for Teachers Unite and MORE members!

We're reading and discussing Police in the Hallways: Discipline in an Urban High School by Kathleen Nolan

Jul 13

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Join Teachers Unite members in sharing skills and strategies for growing Restorative and Transformative Justice and building inclusive, democratic NYC schools in collaboration with youth and parents.

Thursdays, 3-5pm
City-As School High School
16 Clarkson Street in Manhattan

RSVP to any and all you can attend.
All are welcome!

7/14: Restorative Justice in Middle School

7/21: Power, Privilege, and Circle-Keeping

7/28: Talking Through Dilemmas in RJ

8/4: Special Ed & School Pushout

8/11: NEW DATE: Restorative Justice in Elementary Ed

8/18: NEW DATE: TBD!

8/25: Best Practices in Mediation

9/1: Organizing for School Integration

May 6

Join us on May 6th, 2016 at Lehman College for the

Transformative Practices & Restorative Justice Conference

A Celebration and A Call to Action

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Celebrate and support the social equity and justice work and efforts of children, youth, and adults who are making a committed effort to create and sustain caring and healthy transformative and restorative learning in homes, neighborhoods, schools and communities.

Workshops by Teachers Unite members and lots of other great orgs! See full program here.

Keynote Speaker: Rev. Dr. Alfonso Wyatt

All info and registration here.

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Teachers Unite Summer Workshop Series!

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Join Teachers Unite members in sharing skills and strategies for growing Restorative and Transformative Justice and building inclusive, democratic NYC schools in collaboration with youth and parents.

Thursdays, 3-5pm
City-As School High School
16 Clarkson Street in Manhattan

RSVP to any and all you can attend.
All are welcome!

7/14: Restorative Justice in Middle School

7/21: Power, Privilege, and Circle-Keeping

7/28: Talking Through Dilemmas in RJ

8/4: Special Ed & School Pushout

8/11: NEW DATE: Restorative Justice in Elementary Ed

8/18: NEW DATE: TBD!

8/25: Best Practices in Mediation

9/1: Organizing for School Integration

Restorative Justice Conference!

Join us on May 6th, 2016 at Lehman College for the

Transformative Practices & Restorative Justice Conference

A Celebration and A Call to Action

circle-children-holding-hands-110929864-296x300.jpg

Celebrate and support the social equity and justice work and efforts of children, youth, and adults who are making a committed effort to create and sustain caring and healthy transformative and restorative learning in homes, neighborhoods, schools and communities.

Workshops by Teachers Unite members and lots of other great orgs! See full program here.

Keynote Speaker: Rev. Dr. Alfonso Wyatt

All info and registration here.

Spring Member Drive: April 27 - May 6

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Teachers Unite is building a movement to end the School-to-Prison Pipeline and dismantle the Prison Industrial Complex. Stand with students and parents and grow this movement with us. Be a TU member!

Read Jason's story, Shana's story, and Kalen's story about why they joined Teachers Unite!

Are you an educator? Membership gives you access to our Growing Fairness film & toolkit as well as monthly members-only bulletins with exciting opportunities, and so much more. Educator, ally, or student: your membership entitles you to a t-shirt & tote bag!

Come meet some TU members in person at our May 5th Happy Hour

Teachers Unite Spring Happy Hour

Teachers Unite at the NYCoRE Conference

Join Teachers Unite members at our NYCoRE Conference Workshop!

Saturday, March 19, 2016 at the James Baldwin School
351 West 18th Street in Manhattan
Register Here

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TU's workshop is from 2-3:30 pm in Room 320:

Not Just a Suspension Alternative: The Roots of Restorative Justice in Schools
Teachers Unite members will share ideas and practices learned in our ITAG: Not Just a Suspension Alternative: Tracing the Cultural and Philosophical Roots of Restorative Justice. This winter, our ITAG examined a different text each week, tracing the history and philosophy of RJ in order to ground participants in the theory and particular contexts behind the often challenging practices schools are trying out. Through focusing on the political and cultural roots of restorative justice, we hope to deepen and ground our understanding of our own practice in schools as well as city-wide and national advocacy for RJ in schools.

See the whole schedule for the day here.

And come by the TU Table to say hello throughout the day & pick up resources!

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