Our kids deserve a better world:
Let's build one with a green new deal for public schools.

On July 15, 2021, Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) unveiled the Green New Deal for Public Schools Act , introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives alongside 32 cosponsors. Along with The Democratic Socialists of America’s Green New Deal Campaign Committee and teacher unions nationwide, we’re taking a “whole child” approach to building better public schools.

The Green New Deal for Public Schools Act provides $1.4 trillion over ten years for America’s K-12 public schools. By investing in our communities, closing the education gap, and building the clean, climate resilient schools our kids deserve, the Green New Deal for Public Schools:

Creates Jobs

This bill will create 1.3 million well-paying jobs a year for locally hired trade workers to retrofit schools across the nation.

Expands School Services

This bill will hire more teachers to shrink class sizes and will hire needed support staff for each school like nurses, social workers, and psychologists.

Cleans Our Communities

The bill will transform dilapidated school buildings into clean, carbon-free, and climate resistant centers of learning. This bill will remove toxic molds and asbestos from neglected classrooms and will eliminate 78 million tons of CO2 annually.

Louisville Needs Yarmuth to Act Now.
Phone Bank with us on Sunday, September 19th.

Louisville is in a unique position to make sure that the Green New Deal for Public Schools becomes a reality. Our congressman, John Yarmuth, chairs the House Budget Committee and has the ability to include the Green New Deal for Public Schools in the upcoming infrastructure bill. It is imperative that Yarmuth supports, endorses, and ultimately ensures its passage. We need you to help make it happen.


Join us in a phone bank this Sunday, September 19th from 2pm - 5pm!
The phone bank will be held virtually and attended by comrades from all over the country. We’ll be calling fellow Louisvillians, spreading the word for the GND4PS, and asking them to leave a voicemail in Yarmuth’s inbox. This tactic has proven to work in the past for the PRO Act, where DSA was able to flip both Manchin (D-WV) and King (D-ME) to be in support. Let’s make it happen for Yarmuth and the GND4PS! Sign up:

Click this link to sign up for a phone bank shift

our Kids are our future. Let's build like it.

Contact John Yarmuth

John Yarmuth is the chair of the House Budget Committee, meaning he is uniquely positioned to ensure the passage of the Green New Deal for Public Schools Act. Make sure that he knows his constituents want this to happen and contact his office.

Downtown Office Phone: 502-582-5129

Dixie Hwy Office Phone: 502-933-5863

Washington Office Phone: 202-225-5401

Teachers for GND4PS

Are you a teacher for a school at JCPS and want to support and advocate for the Green New Deal for Public Schools in your school? Fill out this form below and let us know how you want to get involved.

Teachers for GND4PS Interest Form