Strategy and Analysis to Defend and Transform Public Education

Show Us the Money – Nov. 14th Forum on OUSD’s Budget Crisis and How It’s Not Real

Classroom Struggle presents

Show Us the Money!

From OUSD’s Manufactured Budget Crisis to the Schools Oakland Families Deserve

Tuesday November 14

5 – 7 pm

Eastside Arts Alliance

2277 International Blvd., Oakland


A forum to:

-discuss the current status of finances in Oakland Unified

-discuss privatization of public schools and its relationship to “school choice”

-discuss the teaching/learning conditions that students need

-build alliances between parents, teachers and students


Childcare, Food, Spanish Translation provided

Did you know OUSD spends the most of any Alameda County district on administration and private contractors? OUSD claims it is committed to educational equity but has refused to pay for equitable teaching and learning conditions. The latest form of this is called the “The Blueprint for Quality Schools,” which threatens a new round of program cuts and school closures. OEA (the teachers’ union) is currently bargaining for the conditions necessary for quality education: smaller class size and caseloads, more prep time, and fair compensation to keep diverse, experienced teachers.

Classroom Struggle is a group of OUSD educators, parents, and community allies fighting for the best possible education for our students and a society based on racial and social justice. Find us on Facebook.


Please share the flyers widely!  Click the images below to download PDF versions of them.

Show Us the Money Flier - English


SPANISH Show Us the Money Flier

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This entry was posted on October 23, 2017 by in Action & Organizing, Events & Actions.
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