Stand for School Equality
New York City’s schools are separate and unequal. There are 478,000 students — overwhelmingly black and Hispanic — who are forced into failing schools. Teachers work every day to provide excellent schools for all children, but they work in a city that shuts the door of possibility for these 478,000 children.
On October 21st, over 3,000 public school teachers rallied together in Foley Square to demand an end to educational inequality.
Join the movement to end our city’s “Tale of Two School Systems.”