Because it’s up to us now.
And by “us” I mean the parents, present and future, that are so deeply invested in keeping public education viable. By “us” I mean the kids that are in the system now, that deserve to be taught in fair conditions, by people that are being paid a fair wage. By “us” I mean the general population that will also suffer from a hamstrung education system.
The government wants to see what we will put up with. Let’s let them know we’ve had enough.
Time: Tuesday, September 2 – 12 noon.
Location: Meet at the old Extra Foods parking lot across from the Civic Theatre. March will head down Baker St. to City Hall.