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February 21, 2013
IN THIS ISSUE:

• Ed Justice Ally Mtg Mon 2/25
• SFUSD Ed Budget Briefing Wed 3/13
• SMAC Demands for Sustaining CCSF
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Upcoming Education Justice Ally Meeting 
Monday, February 25th, 4:00-6:00 pm  
@ Mission Graduates: 522 Valencia, 3rd Floor
Next Monday we will be reconvening Education Justice Stakeholders to provide important updates on the status of the state and school district budgeting cycles and to continue to develop a city-wide strategy to address the SFUSD achievement gap. We will also describe upcoming opportunities for youth advocates to engage in the budget process to secure resources for credit recovery, academic supports, bilingual programming and other services that are critical to the success of our students and their families.  
 
SAVE THE DATE: SFUSD Education Budget Briefing
Wednesday, March 13th, 5:00-7:00 pm
@ Location to be announced
We invite service providers, community based organizations, parents and students to come learn more about SFUSD’s budgetary priorities for next fiscal year and the long-term effects of the Governors education budget on our schools.  Our main presenter, Myong Leigh, serves as the Deputy Superintendent for Policy and Operations for SFUSD and oversees financial planning, resource allocation and school site-based academic decision-making and budgeting among other operations that support our public schools. All are welcome to attend. 
 
You can RSVP at pmonge-rodriguez@colemanadvocates.org. If you have any follow-up questions, please call (805) 637-8919
 
SMAC/Coleman Demands for Sustaining City College

City College of San Francisco is facing an uncertain future, and the lives of marginalized students are most at stake.  Students Making A Change (SMAC) and Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth are calling on the administration, Board of Trustees, faculty and classified staff to stand with students and support our demands for increasing accountability, transparency, equity, local control, and student voice/representation, as well as SMAC’s specific policy, fiscal, and structural reform recommendations. 


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