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The Coleman Report • June 4, 2014  

A weekly update on issues, policies and actions affecting children, youth and families in San Francisco. 

 

Coleman is hiring! Please check out and share the job announcement for a Youth Organizing Coordinator and an Director of Administration

 

TODAY 6/4: Ed Trust—West’s
Beyond Satisfactory: Redefining Teacher Evaluation and Support Webinar

What: Findings from Ed Trust-West’s recent report and school leaders who are pioneering innovative teacher evaluation and support systems in order to ensure that all their students get access to great teaching.

When: Wednesday June 4th 3:30pm to 4:30pm PST

To register, click here.

 

TOMORROW 6/5: Transportation for the Masses or Gentrification of Mass Transit? The Future of SF's Transportation System.  

 

*What: Community Forum Presented by the Urban Institute for Development and Economic Alternatives (UrbanIDEA)
 

When: Thursday June 5th 5:30pm to 7:30pm

 

Where: LGBT Center, 1800 Octavia Street  

 

As San Francisco considers $1.5 billion in transit funding measures on this November 2014 ballot, prepare for the ballot debates with this UrbanIDEA panel. Speakers include representatives from People Organized to Win Employment Rights (POWER), Chinatown Community Development Center, Senior & Disability Action, and Urban Habitat, with moderator Mario Yedidia of SF Rising.

Click here for more info and to rsvp

 

Saturday 6/7: Nuestra Historia: Documenting the Chicano, Latino, and Indigena Congributions to the Development of San Francisco  


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What: Community Gathering kick-off event for a documentation project

When: Saturday, June 7th 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. (presentation starting at 11am)

Where:  City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus Auditorium, 1125 Valencia St. 

 

Click here for more info and to rsvp


 

 

6/10: SFUSD and OUSD Restorative Justice Practices Symposium

What: David Yusem (Restorative Justice Manager for Oakland Unified) and Kerri Berkowitz (Restorative Practices Prog Admin San Francisco Unified) will share an overview of the RJ/RP implementation efforts underway in their respective districts.

When: Tuesday 6/10 9:30am to 4pm

Click here for more info and to Register

 

6/11: Community Rally and Committee Hearing on Children’s Amendment and PEEF

When:  Wednesday June 11th 1pm: Community rally on the Steps of City Hall

2pm: Rules Committee Hearing on the Children’s Amendment (as well as the Public Education and Enrichment Fund and Children & Families Council)

In the next month, the Board of Supervisors will be voting to put the Children’s Fund legislation on the ballot—and we want to make sure that the language is strong and addresses community need. 

Join us on Wednesday 6/11 to tell the Mayor and Board of Supervisors to make it stronger than ever before:

  • Include disconnected transitional age youth to age 24, to ensure we provide a continuum of services that support young people transitioning to adulthood!
  • Increase the Fund to meet unmet need for children and youth 0-17 in San Francisco, as well as for disconnected transitional age youth!
  • Include a commission overseeing the Department of Children, Youth and their Families, to ensure transparency and accountability!
  • Eliminate the sunset date for the Fund!

To RSVP or to get more information, please email Chelsea.  

 

Next Thursday June 12th: Premier of Solutions Not Suspensions documentary  

Click here to check out a short preview for the Solutions Not Suspensions Film

 

Join us on June 21st for BBQ and a Youth Arts and Performance Showcase! 

 

 IN THE NEWS

School Closures: The New Separate and Unequal, The Root 5/18/14

The racist housing policy that made your neighborhood, The Atlantic 5/20/14

Desegregate our Schools, an opinion piece by SF Board of Ed Commissioner Haney, SF Bay Guardian 5/20/14

End Mass Incarceration Now, NY Times 5/24/14  

This is how Maya Angelou wants to be remembered, Colorlines 5/28/14

San Francisco sheriff limits immigration holds, SF Chronicle 5/30/14

Bill passes to push California's minimum wage to $13 an hour, SF Chronicle 5/30/14

Class of 2014 first to graduate with SFUSD’s new graduation requirements, SF Examiner 5/30/14  

Yuri Kochiyama’s Activism ‘Sustained By People in the Movement’ Colorlines 6/2/14

Housing and Education Advocates Work Together to Improve Education, Journal of Poverty Law and Policy March-April 2014

San Francisco and California Election Results, 6/4/14


 

Congratulations to all our Coleman 2014 Graduates!

 

IN THIS ISSUE: 

• Coleman is hiring!

• Ed Trust West Webinar

• The Future of SF's Transportation System

• Documenting SF Latino History

• SFUSD and OUSD Restorative Justice Symposium Webinar

• Rally and Hearing on Children's Amendment and PEEF

• Coleman Film Premier

• Coleman Summer Party and Youth Arts Showcase

• In the News

 

 
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