Education Town Hall w/ Karen Bass – Sept. 28th in L.A


What Will It Take To Achieve Quality Education?

In 2009, President Barack Obama led one of the largest investments in public education in our country’s history. These efforts enabled reforms at the local and state level across the country on issues like access to college and career-ready standards, and improved teacher evaluation systems. How do we ensure that we reach all students? How has California’s budget crisis impacted the progress of school reform?

Special guest: Russlynn Ali, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education
Some on Capitol Hill say it’s time for government to cut public education funding.

Will you come share what you think our schools need?

Education Reform Town Hall

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.

Junior Blind of America

5300 Angeles Vista Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90043
Ample Street parking is available on Angeles Vista Blvd.,

54th Street, Keniston Ave, Valley Ridge and W. 54th Street.

Disabled parking is available from 54th Street entrance.
Click here for directions

RSVP in advance online or call 323-965-1422


How Can You Help? 

Do you know someone who should be involved?  Our sucess is dependent upon participation from our community, so if you would like, take a moment and share this with friends, family and neighbors. 
I look forward to seeing you there!

Karen Bass


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