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Reengaging Students: Seizing the Moment to Foster Student Success

This event occurred on August 31, 2021 3:00 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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With an infusion of federal funding from Covid-relief aid, districts and schools have a unique opportunity to invest in more whole child student supports to help recoup academic ground. Engaging families is an important part of that work. By focusing on the social and emotional wellbeing of students and families, schools can build the foundations to not only recover loss learning time but also establish more equitable school climates and cultures.

This webinar will examine strategies that district and school leaders can use to support student social and emotional wellbeing, improve school climate, and bolster family supports— all with an eye toward equity—to reengage students and families.

Speakers
Phyllis Jordan
Associate Director FutureEd
Carissa Purnell
Director, Alisal Family Resource Centers
Amy Perusse
Homeless Education Coordinator Everett Public Schools (Everett, Wash.)
Rey Saldana
President & CEO Communities in Schools
Moderator
Arianna Prothero is a reporter at Education Week who covers students and their well-being.

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