School Reopening Campaign Tool Kit is available in Google Docs here: https://tinyurl.com/StopUnsafeReopening
Educate yourself with these resources on reopening:
Ten actions you can take to help prevent an unsafe return to school in September
1. Check out Organizing 101 Workshop
2. Take The Survey
3. Sign and Share The Petition
Sign the Petition to Stop Unsafe Reopening.
4. Apply for medical accommodation
5. Encourage families to opt their kids into remote learning
6. Attend August 3rd National Day of Action
August 3rd National Day of Action: FB Event. Meet 5pm at UFT Headquarters at 52 Broadway, then March to Tweed Courthouse at 52 Chambers St.
7. August 19th PEP: mobilize our coworkers to send Carranza a message
August 19th PEP: mobilize our coworkers to send Carranza a message
Pickets outside of schools warning parents of how unsafe schools.
9. Rolling sickouts
In September plan rolling sickouts organized to minimize Taylor Law risks.
10. Strike vote referendum
A poll released this week by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 60 percent of parents overwhelmingly prefer that schools wait to restart in-person classes to reduce infection risk. Among parents of color, 76 percent want schools to delay in-person classes, compared with 51 percent of white parents. Nine in 10 parents of color said they are either “very worried” or “somewhat worried” about their child getting sick with coronavirus if they return to school in the fall, compared to 55 percent of white parents.