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Movie Night at #NPE2016

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We began the weekend in the beautiful building of North Carolina Association of Educators. Rodney Ellis, state president of NCAE, welcomed us and thanked us for coming to his state.
Tonight our convention opened with excerpts from films about education made by our friends and allies.

 

We saw excerpts from “Good Morning, Mission Hill”; “Heal Our Schools”; “Killing Ed”; “Hop”; “Go Public”; “Public School Wars”; “Beyond Measure,” and advocacy videos by Michael Elliot.
Tomorrow there will be a screening of “A Backpack Full of Cash.”
So many talented people trying to tell the stories of public schools, teachers, students, the attacks on teachers and public education, the work that teachers do.
Wonderful, wonderful!
Wish you were here. There is something very comforting and energizing about communing with people who share your goals.

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