When: May 11th, 6pm
Where: Downsview Public Library, 2793 Keele St.
It’s no secret that the education the city provides for the wealthy is different from what working class families get. Schools in rich neighbourhoods have new buildings, new technology, and offer fancy field trips. Meanwhile, schools in working class neighbourhoods, like those along Keele street, are dilapidated and often can’t even afford basic materials like textbooks. Not surprisingly, rather than fixing these problems, Doug Ford is making them even worse. We can’t afford to ignore these attacks on our children’s futures! On May 11, join us at Downsview Public Library to hear from teachers about the disastrous effects of Ford’s cuts to our already-struggling public schools – and learn how we can push back and fight for a public school system that works for all children.
Organizers: Action Keele Campaign, Centre for Social Justice, Socialist Project
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