The education campaign’s goal is to organize students, parents, teachers, and community members who are invested in the education of our youth. We believe our community members should provide the vision of opportunity, educational freedom and future success their children and neighbors need. We equip predominantly black, Hispanic, and low-income families to work with principals, school boards, and other administrators to solve problems identified by their community.
The Education Justice Campaign focuses on four common issue priorities:
Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline
Improving Career Guidance
Increase multicultural civic education
Expand High Quality Early Childhood Education