UrbEd Advocacy Guides provides a wealth of information on different topics from how to testify at a school board meeting, all the way to how to organize a rally for change. Guides are made by students and for students and provide used tricks and tips to be successful.
Recently asbestos contamination in Philadelphia schools has been in local news headlines. Asbestos is a threat to our children, teachers, staff, and our entire community. Check out this guide to learn more about this serious condition and how you can protect yourself and our community from this hazardous contaminant.
From the SRC to the Board of Education, learn about the new governing body leading Philadelphia's Education.Read More
With these disparities creating stark differences in urban and suburban educational environments, where does that leave the students who are most impacted?Read More
“I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.” -Audre LordeRead More
Elected officials or politicians are people who have won an election and serve a role in the government. Their job is to serve the people and to represent the beliefs of those that they represent- their constituents.Read More
The School to Prison Pipeline, Local Control, Building Conditions, and Teacher Diversity: This is the state of our EducationRead More