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Summer 2008 Vol. 15. No. 4 Focus on Following the Money

Activism around the city

Window washing

By the Notebook on May 22, 2008 12:00 AM
Photo: Harvey Finkle

By washing the front windows at District headquarters in an April 24 action, members of the Philadelphia Student Union highlighted their call for the School District to be more transparent and open to public input on budget issues, outside contracts, plans for low-performing schools, and negotiations with education management organizations. Wielding squeegees that day were Sayre High juniors Nyziah Miller and Candace Carter.

Comments (4)

Submitted by Window cleaning Sydney (not verified) on August 12, 2013 1:27 am
Your window washing process is very good. I am also a window cleaner and I know that window cleaning is very difficult task but if you have best cleaning products then you can do this task easily.
Submitted by Shanon J. McBride (not verified) on September 5, 2013 2:26 am
If you have restaurant, you must washed the windows everyday so that the customer won't mess up and much impressive. Talking about windows, where is it from? Is it in Wood blinds orange county?
Submitted by Shanon J. McBride (not verified) on September 5, 2013 2:23 am
If you have restaurant, you must washed the windows everyday so that the customer won't mess up and much impressive. Talking about windows, where is it from? Is it in Wood blinds orange county?
Submitted by Wood Flooring NYC (not verified) on February 26, 2014 12:03 am
Interesting way to get a message across. These students are very smart for coming up with a plan like this. Thanks, George Volks Wood Flooring NYC

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