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Port Jefferson Station Teachers Association video: What corporations have in store for public schools

Originally posted on Seattle Education:
The third episode of PJSTA Live, in affiliation with Port Jefferson Station Teachers Association, deals with what corporate reformers see as the future of public education. The two guests in this episode are Alison McDowell and Jia Lee.  Alison McDowell is a parent and a public education activist who blogs at Wrench in the…

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13 year anniversary

Suicide. We just passed the 13 year anniversary of my father, Steven Joseph Lestelle, being killed by way of suicide on September 13th, 2003. I write this from the same island he was born on but which I have only recently come to know. I say he was killed by suicide and not that he […]

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Playing to LIVE v1.0 ZINE now available!

“Playing to LIVE, Not Living to Pay: Abolishing/Decolonizing Education and Cultivating (Under)Commons [Preliminary Notes v1.0]” now available! Download to read or print, or to give closer input use the .odt version to read, track changes, comment (e.g. with LibreOffice or OpenOffice) and respond to cslestelle [at] gmail [dot] com Lestelle – Playing to Live v1.0 […]

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What’s going on in the Kingdom of Hawai’i… Civil Beat 11-13-13… “State Issues New Guidelines On Media’s Mauna Kea Access”

Originally posted on Kauilapele's Blog:
[Note: The actual document is at the end of the article. Links are here and here.] This “showed up” yesterday, and this results from an announcement by TMT that, in spite of the fact that a Supreme Court decision is being awaited on the legality of TMT Corporation’s permit…

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