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How School Districts Can Benefit From Public Housing Partnerships

Tue., November 22, 2022, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
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Nearly 5 million American children from economically disadvantaged households live in public or publicly subsidized housing.

Experts from the housing and education sectors at national and local levels will provide critical insights into how to create and/or improve partnerships with the organizations that develop and operate public and publicly subsidized housing.

In this webinar, a panel of guests drawn from the housing and education sectors at national and local levels will explore how to create and/or improve partnerships between school districts and agencies that develop and operate public and publicly subsidized housing. Panelists will discuss school-housing partnerships in the context of learnings from a 20-state study commissioned by the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading and conducted by the EdWeek Research Center. The survey results paint a picture of the landscape of these partnerships and lifts up ways for both sectors to build stronger and more impactful inter-agency relationships.

You will leave with a better understanding of how these inter-agency relationships can help districts better meet the needs of all students and improve student achievement.

Speakers
Abra Lyons-Warren
Director of Cross-Sector Initiatives, Council of Large Public Housing Authorities
Teree Caldwell-Johnson
President and CEO, Oakridge Neighborhood, Des Moines, Iowa
Jaynette Rittman
Principal, Edmunds Elementary School, Des Moines Public Schools (IA)
Moderators
Holly Kurtz
Director EdWeek Research Center
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