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How Do I Join This Thursday’s Facebook Q&A on Charter Schools and the NAACP?

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How Do I Join This Thursday’s Facebook Q&A on Charter Schools and the NAACP?

How Do I Join This Thursday’s Facebook Q&A on Charter Schools and the NAACP?

On Thursday, September 29, at 8:30 PM ET Education Post is hosting a Facebook Q&A on Why the NAACP Is Wrong to Propose a Moratorium on Charter Schools.

With blogger Citizen Stewart, we’ll have an honest conversation about what Black families need and want from our public schools.

I know some of you are thinking—that sounds awesome! But, what’s a Facebook Q&A and how do I participate?

Well, first of all, it is awesome! And second, it’s easy to figure out and participate (especially since I know you’re on Facebook all the time anyway), but here’s a quick how-to on Facebook Q&A’ing.

How-to Guide on Facebook Q&A

  1. So, first things first, you need to “Like” Education Post on Facebook since we’re hosting the Q&A! At 8:30 PM ET or if you’re super eager, 8:29 PM ET, head to our Facebook page and you’ll see something like this:screen-shot-2016-09-27-at-3-51-55-pm
  2. After you’ve “Liked” and “Shared” the post (because obviously you want all your friends to participate) you’ll see a post from Chris (Citizen) Stewart telling you he’s ready to chat! It’ll look like this in the comments of the post:
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  3. After that you’ll just put your questions in the comments and he’ll respond to them as quickly as he can within the hour! Once the hour is up, we’ll wrap it with helpful links and resources for you to continue the conversation.
  4. That’s it! Of course, you can always continue to like, share and comment after the Q&A is over.

Before you join the Facebook Q&A be sure to check out Everything You Need to Know About the NAACP’s Stance on Charter Schools and my latest piece on what Black Educational Leaders Had to Say About the NAACP’s Proposed Moratorium on Charter Schools.

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