For Immediate Release
From Chicago to Milwaukee! With the election season wrapped up, now what? It's time to focus on the priorities of reforming education in new ways.
For far too long, the status-quo, union-dominated system has been allowed to dictate policy and politics. “Waiting for Superman” is a film that appeals to both teachers and administrators, politicians and taxpayers. We want to help inject awareness and facilitate involvement in LOCAL self-education again, restoring what education is really about: teaching children to learn for themselves.
Join FoundersIntent and the Association of American Educators for a screening of the film “Waiting for Superman” on a theater-like screen and a public forum where we will hear from experts in the field; the public is invited to participate as well. The screening, food, drinks and Q&A forum are free to everyone. If you haven't seen the movie and you want to make a difference, you cannot pass this opportunity to join local public- and private-education activists in their effort to help change local and regional education!
Area public school teachers, education and political activists, the National Advocacy Director of AAE, Ed Willing from FI and others will be sharing their thoughts and encouraging stories from around the country on how the local education system can be improved and how you can make a difference.
Since this is an open, free event, RSVP is appreciated, but not necessary.
10700 75th Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53142
Events@FoundersIntent.org / 414.939.3410