Kern County District Supervisor Karen Goh hosts play premiere

'Consequence' elaborates on student suspension

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -  

Cornerstone Theater Company and The California Endowment are bringing community and policy makers together to dramatize personal stories of school discipline to Kern County on Thursday night

'Talk it Out: A Community Conversation to Fix School Discipline' will be held for students, families, educators, policy makers and the media at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held at the auditorium of the Beale Memorial Library located at 701 Truxton Avenue.

The event is hosted by Kern County 5th District Supervisor Karen Goh and the Kern County Library.

Last month, several bills were passed to improve school discipline practices in California. Cornerstone is trailblazing a grassroots movement with communities across the state.

Consequence was created through interviews with Kern County students, educators, parents and community leaders and features performances by community members and professional actors.

 

This preview forum for media and policy makers will feature a dramatic reading of Consequence, a new play that premieres on Friday, Nov. 16 in Arvin. 

Consequence was created through interviews with Kern County students, educators, parents and community leaders and features performances by community members and professional actors.

 

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