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When Dr. Hite proposed taking over three schools and handing them to charter companies, with no real input from the community, parents started making their own plans. Hear parent leader Kenya Nation-Holmes and others from Wister, Cooke and Huey elementary schools on their vision for keeping their neighborhood schools public and transforming them from the ground up. And after you watch sign a petition in support of Community Schools as a public turnaround option:

Not to be confused with The Philadelphia Sunday SUN


The Coalition: Philadelphia Student Union, Asian Americans United, VietLead, Philadelphia Home and School Council, PhillySun, Caucus of Working Educators, Alliance for Philadelphia Public Schools, Media Mobilizing Project, Philly Ed Justice Research Collective, Philadelphia Philadelphia Jobs with Justice, Neighborhood Networks, Resource Generation, 215 People's Alliance, Penn Student Power - PSP, POWER, Philly DSA, Reclaim Philadelphia and Toxic Free Philly

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