Over the last three weeks the PCAPS steering committee has been meeting to sum up our work over the last year and plan the next steps in our fight to win quality public education for all childen.
PCAPS is not going away. The fourteen organizations represented on the steering committee were unanimous in deciding we need to continue as a coalition. Our fight against school closures, while falling short of winning a moratorium, has changed the conversation about education reform in our city, drawn hundreds of people into the struggle and built power to move forward.
Currently we are planning campaigns around school funding, charter school accountability and community schools. In a major change in PCAPS structure we are centering these campaigns in task forces that will be led by the steering committee but open to all members and individuals who want to work on building these fights.
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