Join a listening session to share your experiences of education in a pandemic

From the ONE Wake Organizing Ministry Team

This has been a year like no other for students, parents, teachers, and schools. Now, UUFR members who’ve experienced the pandemic’s effects on education have a chance to share what they’ve learned — and help translate their experiences into community action.

UUFR is holding a series of virtual listening sessions to identify key concerns about education in light of the ongoing pandemic. Participants can share their challenges and pressures, along with ideas and opportunities.

These sessions are part of a larger ONE Wake campaign to engage 1,000 parents, students, teachers, staff,and education administrators, and will lead to a countywide action agenda to address our shared concerns.

That means one hour of your time could shape actions that help thousands of people in Wake County.

Please sign up to participate. Even better, bring a plus one (your partner, student, fellow educator, colleague, etc.) so we can hear from more community members.

Our UUFR in-house meetings will be held remotely using Zoom on the following dates:

Sunday, March 7            12:30 – 1:30 pm

Wednesday, March 10   3:30 – 4:30 pm

Tuesday, March 16         7:00 – 8:00 pm

Thursday, March 18       8:00 – 9:00 pm

Sunday, March 21          12:30 – 1:30 pm

Monday, March 22          7:00 – 8:00 pm

Please sign up in advance on the Signup Genius web page.  You will receive an email with the Zoom link closer to the session date.

Each session will run for an hour or so. Notes from the sessions will be summarized without identifying individuals and sent to ONE Wake’s overall Education team. The ONE Wake team will use this input to create an action agenda to improve education in Wake County.

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