Teachers Unite members organize public school educators across the city to work with students and parents to create schools that are restorative, inclusive, and democratic. Through school partnerships and peer-to-peer professional development opportunities, members build community, grow their skill set, and share organizing tools and strategies for shifting school climate. And through our participation in city-wide and national coalitions, TU members stand with students, parents, and advocates calling for policy changes to end racist disciplinary practices and investment in resources to make public schools safe spaces that respect the dignity of all students.
Check out our Prezi to see what Teachers Unite accomplished during the 2015-2016 school year (looks best in full screen!):
And in 2014-2015:
And in 2013-2014!: