Philadelphia’s First Annual Education for Liberation Curriculum Fair

Posted by on March 01, 2010

Philadelphia’s First Annual Education for Liberation Curriculum Fair

Date:     Saturday, May 1, 2010
Time:    1:00pm – 5:00pm
Street:    Folk Arts-Cultural Treasures School
1023 Callowhill Street / Philadelphia, PA 19123

The goal of the Curriculum Fair is to bring educators, students, and community members together to explore a variety of issues within social justice education.

The Curriculum Fair will feature unit and lesson plans, projects, resources, and best practices for social justice education. This will be a space for educators to connect and exchange, learn from each other, and take new ideas back to their own classrooms. This will also be a space for building stronger community alliances for education justice.

** We are still accepting exhibitors to showcase curriculum and/or present a workshop. **

Throughout the day, there will be:

Curriculum Exhibits * Workshops and Discussions * Community Resources

Don’t miss the culminating Community Assembly called
“Beyond the Renaissance: Getting True School Change in Philadelphia.”

Register to attend the Education for Liberation Curriculum Fair at link below.

Sign-up to showcase your curriculum unit, community project, or other educational resources at link below.

Sign-up to facilitate a workshop focused around education and social justice at link below.

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