Welch Hall - Eastern Michigan University

Location

202 Welch Hall
Ypsilanti
,
MI
48197
,
US

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Future Events

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Past Events

Tuesday
Mar
17
2015
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 from 1-4pm
1-4pm
What to bring: Dollar Bills If you would like to address the Board of Regents, please fill out and return the Request to Address the Board of Regents form to 207 Welch Hall before 1:30pm on Monday. http://www.emich.edu/regents/meetings.php
Friday
Dec
5
2014
Friday, December 5, 2014 from noon-3pm
noon-3pm
Join Save Michigan's Public Schools at the EMU Board of Regents' meeting to demand President Martin and the Regents cut ties with the Education Achievement Authority (EAA). The meeting starts at 1:30 pm, but we will gather in front of Welch Hall at 12:00 noon. http://www.facebook.com/events/1545363745707093/
Thursday
Feb
20
2014
Thursday, February 20, 2014 from 10-11am
10-11am
Please forward widely! The People Against the EAA Coalition (includes Students for an Ethical Participatory Education (SEPE), EMU faculty, students, union members, and community activists) is organizing a: President Martin secretly signed into existence the Education Achievement Authority (EAA). Eastern Michigan University is currently a crucial site of struggle for the entire state. The EAA is designed to break teacher unions, privatize the management of schools, and cultivate consumer dependency on corporate technology. It also strips local communities of any democratic control, targets communities of color, and has lacked any semblance of transparency from the beginning. This, on top of the administration firing teachers from the college of education demonstrations the hollowness of their commitment to “education first.” Without EMU's participation the EAA can not exist at this time. Please join us, and the greater community to protest EMU's administration and demand they cut the contract with the EAA. Join us on Febraury 20th at Welsh Hall on EMU's campus (right across from the water tower) at 10 am to demand justice for the students of Detroit, and to stop the trend towards corporate education reform.