CLASSROOM STRUGGLE

Strategy and Analysis to Defend and Transform Public Education

Announcing the Classroom Struggle Election Slate for OEA Executive Board!

Join us! Classroom Struggle Election Campaign Launch Party

Friday April 17, 5-7pm @ 2366 E. 21st St, Caitlin Everett’s House (Edna Brewer Special Ed) 

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Classroom Struggle is proud to announce our slate of candidates running for OEA Executive Board Elections in May! We are excited about the opportunity this election brings to open conversations among OEA members about how we can build union power and play a strong role in developing a united teacher/staff/parent/student movement in Oakland for the defense and transformation of public schools. Your support is integral in these developments.

We are running based on the core belief that Oakland teachers are rich in wisdom and commitment and that OEA has the potential to be a powerful force in creating the schools Oakland teachers & students deserve. In order to play this role, we believe we need AN INSPIRED & ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP and STRONG ALLIANCES WITH STUDENTS, PARENTS, SCHOOL WORKERS & COMMUNITY. You can read our full platform here.

Vote:

  • Perry Bellow-Handelman for OEA Secretary
  • Deirdre Snyder for OEA Executive Board Seat 3
  • Michael Shane for OEA Executive Board Seat 4
  • Ismael Armendariz for OEA Executive Board Seat 5
  • Natalia Cooper for for OEA Executive Board Seat 6

Click here for more information on the candidates and a list of our endorsers.

How you can get involved: 

  • Join our contact list & like us on facebook
  • Distribute flyers to teachers at your school site – Print flyers here.
  • Endorse us! Send us your name, school & position
  • Set-up a meeting with candidates at your school site
  • Join us for our Campaign Launch Party on Friday 4/17 5-7pm @ 2366 E. 21st St.
  • Save the Date for our Election Candidates Forum on Tuesday 4/28 @ 5pm.

Finally, check out Eboard candidate Natalia Cooper speaking at the 3/31 March for the Schools Oakland Students Deserve

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