Education as a Human Right: A Panel Discussion with the SF Boardof Education Candidates

The University of San Francisco Hosts a Forum for the 2012 Candidates for SF Board of Education on Thursday, Sept. 13 @ 6 p.m. in Fromm Hall

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Sponsored By:  USF School of Education
USF Gleeson Library | Geschke Learning Resource Center
USF Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good

Event summary: The USF Forum on Education as a Human Right willenable the Board of Education candidates to address substantive questionsabout equity and opportunity and the future of the San Francisco UnifiedSchool District (SFUSD). Candidates will be asked about a range of issuesfacing our public school system.

Location and parking: The forum will began at 6 p.m. in Fromm Hallon USF’s main campus. Fromm Hall is located behind St. Ignatius Churchalong Parker Avenue (Parker at McAllister). Attendance is free and thepublic is encouraged to attend. Complimentary parking will be availablefor attendees in the Koret Parking Lot (corner of Turk and Parker) andrefreshments will be served. The Xavier Room in Fromm Hall seats 250people.

How to get involved: The University of San Francisco invites allto attend this dynamic conversation focused on K-12 public education. Welook forward to welcoming you to campus on Thurs., Sept. 13 at 6 p.m.Please spread the word and bring a friend.

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The San Francisco Chronicle and KQED Radio News have been invitedto serve as media sponsors for this community forum.

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