Nationwide Teach Ins – February 22nd & 23rd

| February 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Written for Occupy Colleges by Diana Delgado


Colleges and universities hold teach-ins in preparation for March 1 nationwide march for education

NEW YORK, NY (February 16, 2012) -On February 22 and February 23, students in colleges and universities nationwide will be organizing on-campus teach-ins in preparation for March 1st National Day of Action for Education.

The teach-ins scheduled next week will serve as a means to inform students and faculty on the important issues that have led to the March 1st call to action so that they understand the meaning behind this rally and its importance.

Teach-ins will be organized by students on campus. They will take place in a central and easily accessible place for students, local communities and the media. Speakers will be comprised of experts in their fields (professors in history, education, anthropology, economics, etc) and students. Topics will range by school, but will primarily focus on tuition hikes, affordability options, quality of education and the like. Teach-ins are meant to be participatory and oriented toward action. The purpose is to create an open discussion with professors and students with no defined ending time, so that everyone has the opportunity to speak and contribute to the discussion.

With massive mobilization efforts schedules for March 1 around the country, Occupy Colleges anticipates student involvement will meet or exceed last year’s 124 registered schools.

Just some of the institutions already signed up to participate in these teach-ins are University of California – Davis, Long Island University – CW Post, Sarah Lawrence College, University of South Florida, University of Rhode Island, Bradley University, Georgia State University, El Camino College, Providence College, Susquehanna University, University of Nevada-Reno and University of Vermont.

Renowned author, political activist and scholar, Angela Davis, is scheduled to appear at the February 23 teach-in at UC Davis.

To sign up your school to participate in an on-campus teach-in please visit To learn how to organize a teach-in at your campus, please visit the homepage and click on “Teach-In How to Guide” in the “Pages” sidebar.


Written for Occupy Colleges by Diana Delgado. Ms. Delgado is a freelance writer primarily focused on government, politics, women and Hispanic/Latino issues. She is also a public relations professional with experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors. Ms. Delgado has been on board with Occupy Colleges since October 2011. She holds a graduate degree from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, and is based out of New York, New York. Please follow her on Twitter: @dduchessny.


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1. Bradley University Peoria, IL Link
2. Edinboro University Edinboro, Pnnsylvania Link
3. El Camino College Torrance, CA Link
4. Florida International University Miami, FL Link
5. Fresno ST Fresno Ca Link
7. LIU (Long Island University) Post Brookville, NY
8. North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC Link
9. Providence College Providence, RI Link
10. Rhode Island College Providence, RI Link
11. San Bernardino Valley College San Bernardino, CA 92410
12. Sarah Lawrence College Bronxville, NY Link
13. South Seattle Community College
14. Susquehanna University Selinsgrove, PA Link
15. University of Connecticut Storrs, CT Link
16. University of Nevada-Reno Reno, Nevada Link
17. University of Rhode Island Kingston, RI Link
18. University of South Florida Tampa, FL Link
19. University of Vermont Burlington, Vermont Link


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