PWEA Invites Educators, Public to Talk About What’s Best for Our Schools

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Provided by Prince William Education Association

New federal law is giving teachers and other educators unprecedented opportunity for input into the way our public schools are run, and the Prince William Education Association wants to hear from the community about changes it would like to see.

PWEA will hold a town meeting on the new law, called the Every Student Succeeds Act, on Thursday, April 20, at Stonewall Jackson High School in Manassas. The event, which will feature National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen Garcia, Virginia Education Association President Jim Livingston, and PWEA President Riley O’Casey, begins at 7:00 p. m.

“Every student, no matter what their ZIP code is, deserves the best education we can offer,” said O’Casey. “We must make sure our voices are heard. At this meeting, all stakeholders have the opportunity to help ensure our students succeed.”

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