Stop Corporate Surveillance In Schools: A Movement Supporting People-Powered Classrooms (Webinars 9/11& 12/28 )

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Exciting news and updates!

Classrooms, Not Computers has found a new title for its campaign:

Stop Corporate Surveillance in Schools: A Movement Supporting People-Powered Classrooms Without Corporate Data Mined Students. 

Our mission is the same—to build a community-based movement to dismantle the corporate-driven policies and practices in schools that lead to violations of student privacy, surveillance of children and teachers, and corporate profiteering (we call this Education Reform 2.0).

You can check out the first call here:

https://m.mixcloud.com/Popular_Resistance/classrooms-not-computers-national-call-with-alison-mcdowell-and-morna-mcdermott/

We will be holding our second webinar on Sept 11 from 8:00-9:00pm EST.

This webinar will cover these three points:
1) Provide a brief overview of what Education Reform 2.0 is
2) How the SCSS campaign is working to eliminate corporate surveillance
3) How teachers, students, parents and members of communities can coordinate locally to be part of the campaign effort.

Our two-part strategy is to inform and then to develop sustainable, empowering actions centered on local community agency and control.

Who we are:
Morna McDermott is the SCSS campaign coordinator
Peggy Robertson is the SCSS information and communications coordinator
Michael Ippolito is the technical organizer and outreach
Alison McDowell is the lead researcher
Popular Resistance is the “parent” platform

Call times in Pacific and Eastern Time:

  • Tuesday, Sep 11, 2018 5pm PT / 8pm ET (1 hours 30 minutes)

  • Friday, Dec 28, 2018 5pm PT / 8pm ET (1 hours 30 minutes)

To register click here.

2 comments

  1. I hope you will have print essentials from the webinars for those who miss the times and who have hearing problems.

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