How Can We Win Small Class Size and Caseloads – Part 4

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Two parent and one teacher of Special Ed students in Oakland discuss Oakland Unified School District’s current budget priorities and the actions necessary to bring about a change.

Posted by Real School Reform on Monday, March 28, 2016

How Can We Win Small Class Size and Caseloads – Part 3

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This is Part 3 in a series on the need to fight for small class size and caseloads. Like Part 2, this video focuses on Special Education. Two parents and a teacher explain why size matters when it comes to SPED classes, caseloads, and inclusion classes.

 

 

Should OEA Fight for Class Size and Caseload Reductions? Part 3

Should OEA Fight for Class Size and Caseload Reductions? Part 3 (Select HD video in your FB settings.) This is Part 3 in a series on the need to fight for small class size and caseloads. Like Part 2, this video focuses on Special Education. Two parents and a teacher discuss the importance of SPED caseloads and class size, as well as the size of inclusion classes.

Posted by Real School Reform on Monday, March 21, 2016

How can we win major class size and caseload reductions? Part 2

This is Part 2 in a series of videos I’m producing to engage Oakland Education Association members in a discussion of this issue. We’re holding a forum for OEA members on April 12 to explore do that in person as we prepare to begin a new round of bargaining with the District this year.

How can we win major class size and caseload reductions? Part 1

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This is the first in a series of short videos leading to an OEA forum to be held on this question on April 12, 2016, 4-6 pm, at Bret Harte Middle School. Related to the main question, this video asks four Oakland teachers three questions: 1. What class size do our students need? 2. Where’s the money to pay for that? 3. How can we fight to win small class size?

 

Posted by Real School Reform on Thursday, March 3, 2016