Join PFPS for Our Next Webinar: How School Voucher Programs Fail to Provide Civil Rights and Constitutional Protections
On July 23 at 3 p.m. EST, Public Funds Public Schools will host the third installment in a series of webinars on issues related to private school vouchers and PFPS’s goal of ensuring public funds are used to maintain, support, and strengthen public schools.
The webinar, “Something to Lose: How School Voucher Programs Fail to Provide Civil Rights and Constitutional Protections”, will feature Dr. Preston Green, Professor of Educational Leadership and Law at the University of Connecticut and the John and Maria Neag Professor of Urban Education at the Neag School. Dr. Green has extensive knowledge of education law and has published numerous articles and book chapters on legal and policy issues related to educational access and school privatization.
On July 23, Dr. Green will discuss school voucher programs and how these programs fail to provide civil rights and constitutional protections to students. He will also discuss protections for students participating in voucher programs.
To register for “Something to Lose: How School Voucher Programs Fail to Provide Civil Rights and Constitutional Protections,” on July 23, at 3 p.m. EST, please click here.
For additional information about the civil rights implications of private school vouchers, please visit the PFPS Research page. To access previous PFPS webinars and to view additional tools for public education advocates, please click here.