Watch the Public Education Forum 2020 and See Where the Candidates Stand

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Click the image above to watch the the forum beginning at 9:45 am on Saturday December 14.

We are excited to announce that NPE Action is one of ten public education groups hosting top Democratic presidential candidates at the “Public Education Forum 2020: Equity and Justice for All” on Saturday, Dec. 14 in Pittsburgh. MSNBC will moderate and exclusively livestream the forum focused on public education issues.

At 9:45 you can begin watching on MSNBC live streaming here.

There will be more than 1,000 educators, students, parents and community members on hand to discuss the public education topics you care about the most. Each candidate will provide opening remarks and then answer questions from moderators and forum attendees.

Topics to be discussed will include privatization, charters, school investment, student services, special education, student debt and teaching conditions, as well as key education equity and justice issues facing America’s students and public schools.

Please enter the dialogue with your tweets! Go here for some sample tweets you can cut and paste to use. Please remember to use the hashtags #PublicEdForum and add @NPEaction to your tweet so we can retweet and amplify your voice!

And find out how we rate those on the stage on testing and privatization by going to our 2020 Presidential Candidates Project here.