In the spring of 2001, the Mobile Area Education Fund (MAEF) began a concerted and unprecedented effort to organize and engage the public. What began as a project to support a tax referendum to fund education in the county became a way of life for MAEF and the citizens of Mobile. It was at this time that MAEF launched a public campaign (Yes We Can) to inform the citizens of Mobile about an upcoming referendum that would tax the people of Mobile to support education in the county. The campaign was successful, and on May 15, 2001, for the first time in 41 years, the people of Mobile voted to support this tax.
Title: Case Study: Teacher Compensation Mobile Area Education Foundation (MAEF)
Publication date 2007-11-07
Publication Year 2007
Sara Schwartz Chrismer
Mobile Area Education Fund
North America / United States (Southern) / Alabama / Mobile County
, public engagement
, theory of action
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