The following 54 second video is not only an effective marketing message for the July 30th “Save our Schools” march in our nation’s capitol, it’s also a poignant reminder that as citizens we need to stand up and take action on behalf of students as well as teachers in our public schools. Here’s to the students:

Here’s to the teachers:

Are you planning on attending or considering attending the “Save our Schools” march? I’m thinking seriously about it.

Via Anthony Cody.

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3 Responses to Here’s to the Students (and Teachers) who Refuse to be Standardized

  1. […] Wes Fryer posts a pair of powerful videos created to promote the upcoming Save Our Schools march in Washington, D.C. […]

  2. […] by Wesley Fryer, Moving at the Speed of Creativity […]

  3. Wes:  LOVE the videos!  Guess I hadn’t seen them before. THANKS for sharing. — Wendy

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