Friday, October 14, 2016

NAACP proposed moratorium on charter schools Here is what you can do

Here's what you can do:

On Saturday, the NAACP Board of Directors is meeting to vote on a resolution proposing a moratorium on new charter schools. The proposed resolution would ultimately reduce opportunities for African American students, many of whom come from low-income and working-class families.

Supporters of the moratorium have been directed to make phone calls to the NAACP – we need to make sure our voices are heard, too.

Call 202-759-6227 now to be connected to the NAACP and tell them that charter schools are working for African American students in our country.

For many urban families, charter schools are making it possible to do what affluent families have long been able to do: rescue their children from failing schools. We need to act now to protect charter schools.

Call 202-759-6227 and ask the NAACP to vote against a moratorium on charter schools.

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