Per the LTU press release:
The Lynn Teachers Union will host a wide-ranging candidates for school committee debate to explore the state and future of the city’s schools on Tuesday, October 8, at the Breed Middle School.
School committee candidates Patricia Capano, Maria Carrasco, Donna Coppola, John Ford, Charlie Gallo, Lorraine Gately, Melissa Romaniello, Rick Starbard and Stanley Wotring will participate in the event, which is open to all Lynn educators and the general public. Likely topics include strategies to promote family engagement, charter schools, potential capital improvement projects and the learning conditions of our students.
“Public education is how we fulfill our collective responsibility to give each and every child an opportunity to succeed,” said Brant Duncan, president of the Lynn Teachers Union. “To fulfill this responsibility, we need a system of great neighborhood public schools, where educators have the tools and resources to meet the needs of each and every student.”
The school committee plays an important role in working with the superintendent, Lynn’s educators and our unions to fulfill the promise of a great public education for all of Lynn’s students.
Date: Tuesday, October 8th
Location: Breed Middle School Auditorium, 90 O'Callaghan Way
Time: 6 - 8pm