State of Emergency Book Trade
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In Philadelphia, teachers must beg, borrow, and (hopefully not) steal books and materials to start the school year. Until the Pennsylvania legislature, releases a budget that fairly funds public education in our state, City Council releases funds they have allocated for schools, and the SRC prioritizes teachers and students over administrators and data, our students will go without many of the materials they need to learn effectively. This spreadsheet is an emergency response to post books that are needed to start classes, and any surplus books that may be hiding in book closets around the city or nearby suburbs. ADD YOUR BOOKS BELOW! Then contact your State legislators [www.pa.gov/Government] to demand and end to starvation budgets in Philly!
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The Caucus of Working Educators www.workingeducators.org
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BOOKS NEEDED (Include relevant edition or date)QuantitySchoolTeacherEmail AddressNote: Trades may require the approval of school-site administrators.SURPLUS BOOKS (Include relevant edition or date)QuantitySchoolTeacherEmail Address
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AP US History (any AP level book)25LincolnGeorge Kocotisgkocotis@philasd.orgCivics~60CentralTom Quinntquinn6935@gmail.com
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Coming to America (8th grade)20Crossroads Accelerated AcademyDeanna Burchmsburchwh@gmail.comHistory Alive: Medieval World & Beyond 2004 edition plus teaching materials14CentralTom Quinntquinn6935@gmail.com
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GO MATH - 5th grade Teacher Manuals4Julia de BurgosSheila MyersDictionaries20+Crossroads Accelerated AcademyDeanna Burchmsburchwh@gmail.com
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