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The Education Justice Program is conducting a survey about
remote learning and education in during the COVID-19 crisis.

The survey answers will help us better understand concerns about your child’s education while schools are closed due to the quarantine.

Your survey answers are confidential & anonymous unless you choose to give us your information so that we may contact you. 

CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE SURVEY NOW

 

 We keep kids in school by addressing unequal, race-based school practices. We also help kids get a quality education, whether they are in school, suspended or expelled.

We can help if a child is

  • Receiving special education services that do not meet the child’s needs
  • Homeless and having problems enrolling in school
  • Suspended out-of-school or expelled with little or no schoolwork
  • Being asked to teach themselves on a computer or phone

We offer

  • FREE civil legal help
  • FREE workshops for students, parents, and caregivers
  • FREE workshops for churches and community groups

The Education Justice Program works to disrupt the “School-to-Prison-Pipeline” by ensuring that every child receives a good education, in a safe school, no matter what a child looks like or where a child is from. Our mission is to make that happen.

Counties We Serve

Focusing on St. Louis City and County and also serving Adair; Clark; Franklin; Jefferson; Knox; Lewis; Lincoln; Macon; Marion; Monroe; Montgomery; Pike; Ralls; St. Charles; Schuyler; Scotland; Shelby; Warren and Washington counties.

Contact Us At:

314-256-8789

ejp@lsem.org

www.lsem.org

 

Staff:

Amanda Schneider, Managing Attorney

Christina Brimm, Social Worker

 


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