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CTU Black Caucus curriculum fair March 28 at Westinghouse

Black Caucus curriculum fair March 28, 2015.The newly revitalized and growing Black Caucus of the Chicago Teachers Union is sponsoring what it is calling its "Heritage Curriculum Fair on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at Chicago's Westinghouse High School. Heritage Curriculum Fair Sat March 28. The event will last from nine in the morning through one in the afternoon, and registration can be done on line through the Chicago Teachers Union.

PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT FOLLOWS:

Calling All Educators of African American Students

From the Black Caucus (CTU)

Saturday, March 28, 2015

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Westinghouse College Prep H.S.

3223 W. Franklin Boulevard

Cost: $20 per person

Useful and novel workshops introducing CTU member-developed lessons

CPS representative on hand to present its African-American curriculum

Cultural issues in the classroom explored

Historical connections featured in order to empower students & teachers

Professional and union-based networking

A surprise visit from a celebrity educator!

Parking, continental breakfast, light lunch, and gift included!

For more information, write michaelbrunson@ctulocal1.com, aprilstigger@ctulocal1.com, waltertaylor@ctulocal1.com, jenniferjohnson@ctulocal.com

Check out CTU Black Caucus on Facebook or Twitter @CTU Black Caucus. Tell your friends and update your membership at the fair. 4 ISBE professional development hours available!

Online registration is at www.ctunet.com/bchcf



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