Action Education: Getting in Touch 20.2

The movement for educational justice gains momentum as more educators and community members get involved. Here’s how to contact the organizations profiled in “Taking Teacher Quality into Their Own Hands.”

New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE) — New York
To subscribe to the NYCoRE listserv, email:

Teachers for Social Justice (T4SJ) — San Fransisco area

Teachers for Social Justice (TSJ) — Chicago
(773) 325-4352

Literacy for Social Justice Teacher Research Group (LSJTRG) — St. Louis

Education Not Incarceration (ENI) — Oakland, Calif.

Portland Areas Rethinking Schools (PARS) — Portland, Ore.
Bill Bigelow: 

Puget Sound Rethinking Schools — Seattle
Dough Selwyn:
Sarah Heller McFarlane:

Coalition of Radical Educators (PhillyCoRE) — Philadelphia
Chela Delgado:

Progressive Educators for Action (PEAC) — Los Angeles

Progressives Engaged in Struggle Support Network (PrESS Network) — Louisville, Ky.
Adam Renner:
(502) 452-8189

Teaching for Change — Washington, D.C.

Teaching Tolerance — Atlanta

Chicago Media Watch — Chicago

New England Literacy Resource Center — Boston
Andy Nash:

Rethinking Schools — Milwaukee
1001 East Keefe Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 53212
(414) 964-9646

National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE)

National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)

National Writing Project (NWP)