Establishing Policies to Restrict Military Recruiting in K-12 Schools
A live online organizing workshop in three 1-hour parts that was convened online on August 26th, 28th and 31st of 2015, as a training and question and answer session to activists interesting in changing school policies in relation to military recruiting efforts by the Department of Defense in public schools.
These webinars discussed how policies have been adopted in various school districts with restrictions that have included:
- Limiting recruiter visits and their movement in schools
- Banning direct solicitation of contact information and uninvited interaction with students
- Requiring equal access for counter-recruiters
- Controlling military (ASVAB) testing; and more . . .
Each session covered a different set of topics. They are available below:
Webinar One in Three Parts: Establishing Policies to Restrict Military Recruiting in K-12 Schools Wednesday, August 26 at 5:00pm in EDT
Webinar Two in Three Parts: E stablishing Policies to Restrict Military Recruiting in K-12 Schools Wednesday, August 28 at 5:00pm in EDT
Webinar Three in Three Parts: Establishing Policies to Restrict Military Recruiting in K-12 Schools Wednesday, August 31 at 5:00pm in EDT
Also Available:Helpful Resources for Organizing to Regulate Military Recruiting in K-12 Schools
PDF Format, 9 pages, includes links to webinars. August 2015
Download a printable flier at the following link:
A Facebook Event Page was available at:
Produced by the National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth (NNOMY), www.nnomy.org; hosted by American Friends Service Committee