Upcoming Education events:
August 22nd, 2-4 MAPS Meeting



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  • February 17th - Statewide Day of Action for Public Education See the attached flyer for more information!
    Posted Feb 13, 2014, 6:03 AM by Lisa Healey
  • MAPS/BAT Meeting Notes - January 25, 2014   MAPS/BAT MEETING, January 25, 2014    Health Benefits Struggle: ·         They’re going back to co-pays and higher deductibles (up to $3000).  They claim that some changes are going to ...
    Posted Feb 2, 2014, 6:29 PM by Lisa Healey
  • Teach-In Hosted by Georgia NAME See the attached flyer about this event on February 22nd 
    Posted Jan 30, 2014, 5:23 PM by Lisa Healey
  • Notes from the MAPS and BAT Association Meeting November 2nd MAPS and BAT Association Meeting November 2, 2013   On November 2, 2013, ten people gathered at the Organization of DeKalb Educators (ODE) office in Tucker.  The group included members from ...
    Posted Nov 23, 2013, 11:19 AM by Lisa Healey
  • MAPS and The BAT Association Meeting - October 5, 2013 On October 5, 2013, nine people gathered at the Organization of DeKalb Educators (ODE) office in Tucker.  The group included members from MAPS as well as The BAT(Badass Teachers ...
    Posted Oct 14, 2013, 4:59 PM by Lisa Healey
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Who We Are

We are a network of progressive public school employees, parents, students and allies who believe that public education should be democratic, well-funded, and community-supported. We are opposed to the privatization of public education that is occurring at a rampant rate in the United States today. We use a list serve and website to keep ourselves updated on current issues in public education. We meet with others in a safe space for discussion of topics such as contracts under question, the lack of democracy in decision making in the education system, budget cuts, increases in class size, furloughing and reductions in force. We are a resource space for people interested in bringing more unity and action to the struggle to save public education.

To read more, about MAPS, click here.