‘There’s nothing left to cut’ from our schools 

Some big names in local and state politics are on a panel to talk about the school district’s funding crisis next month.

Our public schools will assume a bigger deficit with less help from The City’s Rainy Day Reserve for the next school year.

And a coalition of concerned parents, educators and community leaders put together a town hall meeting on February 25 with KQED’s Michael Krasney as the moderator because, “Simply put, there is nothing left to cut.  The time has come to take a stand and speak up for our children's future.’’

Here are your speakers:

Mark Leno, California State Senator
Fiona Ma, California State Assembly
Tom Ammiano, California State Assembly
Carlos Garcia, SFUSD Superintendent of schools
Debbie Look, California State PTA, Dir. of Legislation
Jim Lazarus, SF Chamber of Commerce, Sr. V.P. Policy
Leaders from business, education and non-profits

They’re also providing free childcare if you sign up, plus parking and Spanish translation.

It’s at Marina Middle School at 6:30 p.m. at 3500 Fillmore St. RSVP here.

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