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Marin Educators for Safe Schools

All Students Need Safe and Healthy Schools 
Marin County Teacher Leaders Share Safety Concerns and Health Recommendations About School Reopening; Frustrated by Lack of Honest Engagement, One-Size-Fits-All Approach

MARIN COUNTYMarin County teacher leaders are extremely concerned about the recent school reopening guidelines issued by Marin County as well as the lack of two-way communication with the county superintendent.


Strikes and shutdowns

In Los Angeles, UTLA members took to the picket lines because their schools are starved of resources. In Washington, D.C., President Trump has shut down the government to secure his border wall. In her monthly New York Times column, AFT President Randi Weingarten writes that when our elected leaders fail, whether by not funding public schools or by shutting down services that provide for our safety, they strike at the very heart of what makes us a democratic republic. Read the full column.

Struggling in a ‘strong’ economy

In her monthly New York Times column, AFT President Randi Weingarten highlights the massive gap between President Trump’s rhetoric and reality.  While the well-to-do are doing very well in the current economy, working Americans have been left behind. Weingarten demands leaders take action to benefit all Americans by ensuring accessible, affordable healthcare for all; reining in college debt; and adequately funding public education. Read the full column.

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