Philly Education Talkback: Is 180 Days Enough?

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Philly Education Talkback: Is 180 Days Enough?

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Join Us to Watch the Film and Join in the Conversation (Free Admission) Scribe Video Center will present a special advance screening of the timely new film, 180 Days: Hartsville, followed by a "Philly Education Talkback" forum. 180 Days: Hartsville takes a fresh look at the nation's poverty and education challenges from a rural South Carolina town triumphing in the face of extraordinary challenges. The two-hour special, co-produced by South Carolina ETV (SCETV) and National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), airs on PBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 17. After the screening, we turn the conversation to Philadelphia and hear from long-term education advocates and you. Join us for an event about what works in school education and how to make it better. FORUM Moderator: Karen Warrington (Director of Communications, Office of Congressman Robert A. Brady) Panelists: John Elliott Churchville, Ph.D., J.D. (Human Rights Advocate, Scholar Activist) Helen Gym (Education Advocate, Candidate for City Council) Veronica Joyner, M. Ed. (Founder/Chief Administrative Officer, Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School)
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