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Shuaib. 39m
Some teachers have been covering their faces way before the COVID19 crisis. Some have been working in a toxic school without even realising. I hope this reaches those in need ✌🏾
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Helen Gym Jan 17
Here with parents, teachers and students at a rally at McClure School shut down for the second time due to asbestos hazards. Almost 600 children, dozens of teachers and 11 days and counting of school lost.
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Rep. Donna Bullock Nov 22
As the parent of a child affected by lead poisoning, I understand the need to clean up the toxic conditions of our school buildings. We need emergency funds now for this emergency situation, so our children & teachers have a safe, healthy place to learn & work
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Rep. Brian Sims Nov 22
The time to act is NOW! Our children do not deserve . We need emergency funds to fix life-threatening issues. ALL kids, teachers and staff need our buildings to be safe. It’s time that leadership recognize this emergency.
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Sen. Sharif Street Jan 29
One step closer!! Proud to stand with Governor Tom Wolf and to announce a $1.2 billion commitment to clean up toxic schools and remediate lead and asbestos in Philly and across the Commonwealth!. Secure the bag.
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Rep Elizabeth Fiedler Dec 18
Today I rallied with hundreds of students & concerned citizens to & eliminate the lead & asbestos in our
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POWER Dec 17
Think this is unacceptable? Come to Harrisburg tomorrow to demand an end to !
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Sen. Sharif Street Jan 30
Career day @ Lindley Elementary following Governor Wolfs pledge of $1.2 billion to clean up toxic schools and remediate lead and asbestos in Philly and across PA. This is why we fight.
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PaSenateDems Dec 19
Asbestos. Lead. Leaking roofs. Those are just SOME of the things our children, teachers and school employees face every day when they go to . is calling on Pennsylvania to .
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Wesley Robinson Dec 10
Check out on this edition of the podcast detailing the broken and in Philadelphia and across PA. The senator makes an excellent case for immediate change!
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Amistad Law Project Dec 20
We agree with we must decarcerate to free up the resources we need for our communities. In Philly we need money to remediate . Commuting lifers could free that money up!
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Shuaib. Jan 12
I’m sill looking for contributors. So many people have said that sending their stories & getting them heard has been part of the healing process. If you’re a survivor of a toxic school, I want to hear your voice
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colleen kennedy 🏠 Jan 28
Thanks Tuesdays With Toomey for letting me talk today about the need to end !
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SenatorHughesOffice Mar 4
Broken and are plaguing communities across the commonwealth. We must act on 's plan and look at avenues to address immediate needs. (THREAD) via
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POWER Nov 6
"Parents don’t believe the district’s promises, and believe their children are being penalized because they are poor children of color."
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🇬🇧 TeacherToolkit.co.uk Dec 19
Replying to @MissDSays
Good to see more people talking about - and leaving them! Best wishes.
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SenatorHughesOffice Mar 4
Join and others for an important forum on broken and hosted by : "Beyond Toxic: Navigating a public health crisis in our schools"
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Dr Helen Woodley 🇪🇺 Jan 4
I’m sure many teachers leaving would have an internal monologue of what they would want to say.
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Education Law Center Dec 18
Thanks to & for leading effort to allocate state $$ to address emergency facilities issues in and other PA districts. Hundreds in Capitol today are calling on to take action to fix .
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🇬🇧 TeacherToolkit.co.uk Jan 3
- How to spot them and how teachers can avoid them... Need some research? Here it is: 👇🏼
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