Bureau: National

Supporting New Americans through Welcoming, Transition, and Integration

This summer intensive is designed to grow practitioners’ capacities to equitably serve and advocate for culturally + linguistically dynamic clients and communities. Stakeholders in social good at any level of experience/expertise are welcome.  Highlighted service areas include: Multilingual + CLDE places of learning Resettlement + foster agencies/individuals Non-profit service spaces Health care organizations Business workplaces …

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From Reopen to Reinvent: (Re)Creating School for Every Learner. A Book Talk with Michael Horn.

Join Alison Griffin with Whiteboard Advisors on Wednesday, July 13 at 2:00pm ET | 12:00pm MT for a discussion with Michael B. Horn, author of From Reopen to Reinvent: (Re)Creating School for Every Child. In From Reopen to Reinvent, distinguished education strategist Michael B. Horn delivers a provocative and eye-opening call to action for the overthrow of …

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Roy Wesley: Invisible Vision

As recently as 1940, contact lenses did not exist for Americans. Invisible Vision is the hidden story of the man who brought them into existence, trained doctors and opticians to fit them, and developed the country’s largest contact lens manufacturing company that started the industry. Despite these accomplishments, few people know his name or background. …

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Discover Vincent Chin

It has been 40 years since Vincent Chin’s tragic murder. To commemorate this somber milestone, NextShark will be hosting a series of virtual conversations with key players who made the Vincent Chin case such a pivotal and historic landmark movement.

Vincent Chin 40th Remembrance

As Vincent’s mother Lily said on national television, “Our skin color may be different, but our blood is the same.” The Chin Estate, ACJ, and the Planning Committee believe that Vincent Chin’s legacy will continue to advance the ideals of equal justice; solidarity against racism and hate that Lily Chin courageously stood for; and respect …

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Plague at the Golden Gate

MORE THAN 100 YEARS BEFORE THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC SHUT DOWN THE WORLD AND SET OFF A WAVE OF FEAR AND ANTI-ASIAN SENTIMENT, AN OUTBREAK OF BUBONIC PLAGUE IN SAN FRANCISCO’S CHINATOWN IN 1900 UNLEASHED A SIMILAR FUROR. Conversation with Li-Shin Yu to discuss her new film Plague at the Golden Gate, and cyclical histories between …

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The All American Crew

Author Dr. Russell Low on how the early Chinese American Experience shaped the “greatest generation” during WWII.

Plague at the Golden Gate

Premieres Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 9 p.m. on KPBS TV + Wednesday, June 1 at 9 p.m. on KPBS 2 / On demand with PBS Video App. Over 100 years before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world and set off a wave of fear and anti-Asian sentiment, an outbreak of bubonic plague in …

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Plague at the Golden Gate

Premieres Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 9 p.m. on KPBS TV + Wednesday, June 1 at 9 p.m. on KPBS 2 / On demand with PBS Video App. Over 100 years before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world and set off a wave of fear and anti-Asian sentiment, an outbreak of bubonic plague in …

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Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab) Panel Discussion & Fireside Chat

Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab)—an initiative of Bank Street Graduate School of Education and Learning Policy Institute—will bring together voices in the field of education to explore what early career teachers need right now to enact equity-focused, deeper learning practices and the critical role the science of learning and development should play in designing preparation programs …

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COVID and mental health: What our schools need next

Mental health is a topic that has threaded throughout Chalkbeat’s journalism with particular intensity since COVID started. In response to this national need for more discussion around mental health, Chalkbeat and College Track will host student panelists from across the country in conversation with Blair Imani to share their experiences with mental health and wellness over the …

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Sustainable Futures Virtual Field Trip

The Trane Technologies Sustainable Futures Virtual Field Trip with Discovery Education will challenge students to explore the possibilities of a sustainable future, and inspire them to think big about how companies and individuals – including them – can challenge what is possible. Students will be transported onto Trane Technologies’ campuses where they’ll meet diverse and …

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Authentic Applications = Awesome Outcomes: How to Develop a Strong College Application for Selective Colleges

Join Dana Ponsky, NYC Admissions Solutions Senior College Admissions Counselor and Imani Callan, Assistant Director of Admissions at the University of Miami as they discuss the selective college admissions process and tips to create an effective, purposeful, and authentic college application. Imani Callan is Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at the University of Miami and …

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ESSER III Funding and Beyond for Career Exploration in K-12 Classrooms

In 2021, the Federal government distributed $122 billion to State Education Agencies and Local Education Agencies through ARP ESSER. Districts and schools can tap into this funding to supplement their ongoing revenue and support a variety of students’ academic, social, and emotional needs in the wake of COVID-19. As we emerge from the pandemic, one …

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Webinar: Strategies to Avoid Summer Melt

Did you know an estimated 10-40% of high school students who intend to enroll in college the following fall never actually do so?  Students most underrepresented on college campuses (e.g., students of color, students from low-income backgrounds, and first-generation students) are the most susceptible to the pitfalls of the phenomenon known as “summer melt.” With …

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Stories of the Ming Quong Sisters

Donaldina Cameron opened the Ming Quong Home in Los Gatos in 1936, at a time when few if any places provided services for Asian orphans. “(It’s) an example of an early organization that really left a very significant mark,” said historian Amy Long. In the ensuing decades, the home welcomed thousands of Asian children through …

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The Woman Warrior: Maxine Hong Kingston

Beginning with her stunning 1976 memoir The Woman Warrior, Maxine Hong Kingston has forged a profound, richly imagined, and genre-defying narrative of the American experience from her vantage point as the daughter of Chinese immigrants. To mark publication of the new Library of America edition, Kingston joins Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Viet Thanh Nguyen, editor of …

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The Activism of Yuri Kochiyama

MCNY online workshop to rediscover the life and legacy of Yuri Kochiyama. We will examine primary resources from our collections and hear from scholars and artists that will inspire new ideas for including Kochiyama’s story in your classrooms. This workshop is geared towards educators but is open to anyone with an interest in Kochiyama’s activism.

1982 Chinatown ILGWU Strike

A discussion of the 1982 ILGWU Strike in Chinatown, NY and its impacts, and a celebration of Wai Wah Chan’s new book Chinatown Heroes.

Two Colorados: How we can get more students to — and through — college

When it comes to getting a college degree, there are two Colorados.  Colorado is a highly educated state, yet has large gaps in which Coloradans hold a degree. The gaps are greatest for students of color and those from rural communities.  Chalkbeat Colorado launched its higher education coverage in 2020. Building off our reporting, we …

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You Are Not Alone

Please join us to learn more about the recent history of healthcare in Chinatown from an intergenerational group of professionals, who will reflect on the recent waves of violence and what the current landscape of mental health and access to care is for Asian American families.

80 Years from Executive Order 9066

Dale Minami, Fred Korematsu’s lead counsel in his 1983 coram nobis case, Alan Nishio, former Southern California co-chair of what was then the National Coalition for Redress and Reparations, Karen Umemoto, director of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center, UCLA Kyodo Taiko, and Bombu Stories will be featured during the 53rd annual Manzanar Pilgrimage, to …

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Pregnancy, Midwifery, and Motherhood

In honor of International Day of the Midwife and Mother’s Day, join National Advocates for Pregnant Women for a candid discussion about pregnancy, birth, and motherhood with author Angela Garbes and professor Mimi Niles, Ph.D.! Garbes’ first book, Like A Mother, explores how the politicization of pregnancy and birth — particularly in the context of …

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CLI’s Raise a Glass for Reading Read Aloud w/Jason Reynolds

Come celebrate literacy, equity, and the joy of learning with a national coalition of supporters and advocates. Raise a Glass for Reading is Children’s Literacy Initiative’s annual fundraising event that recognizes the amazing work and incredible stories of coaches, teachers, educators, and children in the communities we serve. We are excited to announce this year’s …

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Yom HaShoah: Assia’s Story with Second Generation Survivor Mark Berez

Join TOLI on April 28 for a Day of Remembrance commemoration for the victims of the Holocaust. This special Yom HaShoah program will feature Assia Raberman, Holocaust survivor and beloved TOLI mentor, and her nephew, Mark Berez, will share his experience as a second generation survivor. Mark is the president of TOLI. Her happy childhood …

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Homelands: Perspectives on the Asian American Immigrant Experience

Four films explores a different aspect of the journey that immigrants undertake and its emotional resonance across generations, and each filmmaker brings a unique perspective to telling their story. Kevin Chang’s Angel Island: A Story of Chinese Immigration, which investigates the history of this important gateway for 20th-century immigrants in the San Francisco Bay, and the …

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Trauma-Responsive Strategies for Multilingual Newcomers

We’re thrilled to announce our latest release, Restoring Students’ Innate Power: Trauma-Responsive Strategies for Multilingual Newcomers (ASCD Press, 3/31/22)! DiversifiED is pleased to offer two incredible professional learning opportunities aligned to this text (no book purchase required). We’re offering a Spring cohort (April 25 start date) and a Summer cohort (June 20 start date). Both workshops are …

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Chinatown Rising

Chinatown Rising reveals a deeply personal portrait of San Francisco’s Chinatown in transition. Activists of the 1960s reflect on their years battling for bilingual education, tenants’ rights, and ethnic studies that would shape their community and nation. A conversation with filmmakers Harry Chuck and Josh Chuck will follow the screening. “A deep and personal portrait …

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Deadline for applications: The Sex Education Initiative – A FREE Teacher Training Program at Teachers College, Columbia University

Are you a sexual and reproductive health (SRH) educator working with youth? If yes, please apply for our 2022 professional development training – only a limited number of spots are available! The Sex Education Initiative (SEI) invites applicants for the Fall 2022 cohort interested in innovating their current SRH curriculum. SEI’s unique programming focuses on …

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Early Childhood Self-Assessment Tool for Family Shelters

Young children staying in shelters have unique needs to ensure their development is nurtured. The Administration for Children and Families designed a self-assessment tool for shelters to use in order to assess how the physical, socio-emotional, and intellectual environment can support young children. Join SchoolHouse Connection, Partners for Impact, and the People’s Emergency Center to …

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The Sex Education Initiative (SEI) – A FREE Teacher Training Program at Teachers College, Columbia University

Are you a sexual and reproductive health (SRH) educator working with youth? If yes, please apply for our 2022 professional development training! The Sex Education Initiative (SEI) invites applicants for the Fall 2022 cohort interested in innovating their current SRH curriculum. SEI’s unique programming focuses on Reproductive Identity Formation (RIF)– a groundbreaking new approach to …

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Teach Climate Network Workshop: Tackling Climate Change Disinformation in the Classroom

Have you ever been asked by a student, parent, or colleague, “Is that really true? I’ve heard/seen something different on the news.” Attempting to teach about a subject that has become as controversial as climate change can be incredibly challenging, especially when you don’t feel like you have adequate answers or information for students. Join …

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The toll on students: Philadelphia’s gun violence epidemic and mental health

Philadelphia is experiencing historic levels of gun violence — and the city’s students are among those directly impacted by this community trauma. This reality is taking a toll on schools, which are already reeling from the disruption of the pandemic and now struggling to meet the mental health needs of students who have been shot, involved in a shooting, or …

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National Museum of African American History & Culture – Livestream Tour

The NMAAHC is the world’s largest museum dedicated to African-American history and culture. It ranked as the fourth most-visited Smithsonian museum in its first full year of operation. The museum has more than 40,000 objects in its collection, although only about 3,500 items are on display. The 350,000-square-foot (33,000 m2), 10 story building (five above …

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The Lost Promise: American Universities in the 1960s

Schrecker illuminates how US universities’ explosive growth intersected with the turmoil of the 1960s, fomenting an unprecedented crisis where dissent over racial inequality and the Vietnam War erupted into direct action. Torn by internal power struggles and demonized by conservative voices, higher education never fully recovered, resulting in decades of underfunding and today’s woefully inequitable …

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Defining Moments in Black History

In this collection of thoughtful, provocative essays, Gregory charts the complex and often obscured history of the African American experience. In his unapologetically candid voice, he moves from African ancestry and surviving the Middle Passage to the creation of the Jheri Curl, the enjoyment of bacon and everything pig, the headline-making shootings of black men, …

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History of Indian Food

Hear from cookbook author and food writer Sonal Ved, Indian food historian and archeologist Kurush Dalal, and chef Prateek Sadhu of Masque, #32 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021. At the brink of the release of Ved’s newest book, Whose Samosa Is It Anyway? , the trio will be on zoom from India to discuss …

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Far East Deep South

Far East Deep South showcases the Chiu Family’s testimony as they embark on a surprising journey through Mississippi in search of their lost family history. Along the way, they meet a diverse group of local residents and historians, who shed light on the racially complex history of the early Chinese in the segregated South. Directed …

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How research demonstrates impact and fuels OneGoal’s strategy

As a learning organization, research plays a vital role in the systems OneGoal creates and can inform strategies to achieve our mission. A new, rigorous evaluation conducted by researchers at The University of Chicago looks at OneGoal’s impact on students’ postsecondary outcomes and critical high school milestones. Join our webinar to learn how OneGoal translates …

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School Operations: Summer Boot Camp

We are excited to announce that we will be offering professional development to school-based operation professionals this summer! Join us for 2 days of intensive training that will prepare you and your team to start the 22-23 school year strong! Register Today! Day # 1 Agenda (August 16th) School Operations 101 Communication / Relationship Building …

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School Operations: Summer Boot Camp

We are excited to announce that we will be offering professional development to school-based operation professionals this summer! Join us for 2 days of intensive training that will prepare you and your team to start the 22-23 school year strong! Register Today! Day # 1 Agenda (August 2nd) School Operations 101 Communication / Relationship Building …

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School Operations: Summer Boot Camp

We are excited to announce that we will be offering professional development to school-based operation professionals this summer! Join us for 2 days of intensive training that will prepare you and your team to start the 22-23 school year strong! Register Today! Day # 1 Agenda (July 26th) School Operations 101 Communication / Relationship Building …

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2022 Teaching Kindergarten Conference: “Where Did the Garden Go? Rediscovering the Joy and Purpose of Kindergarten”

This year’s two-day online conference—“Where Did the Garden Go? Rediscovering the Joy and Purpose of Kindergarten”—honors and celebrates the hard work of all kindergarten teachers during this extraordinary time. Join kindergarten teachers, administrators, social workers, paraprofessionals, higher education faculty, and graduate students from Friday, April 8 (5:00 PM – 8:00 PM ET) and Saturday, April …

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School Operations: Summer Boot Camp

We are excited to announce that we will be offering professional development to school-based operation professionals this summer! Join us for 2 days of intensive training that will prepare you and your team to start the 22-23 school year strong! Register Today! Day # 1 Agenda (July 12, 2022) School Operations 101 Communication / Relationship …

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School Operations: Summer Boot Camp

We are excited to announce that we will be offering professional development to school-based operation professionals this summer! Join us for 2 days of intensive training that will prepare you and your team to start the 22-23 school year strong! Register Today! Day # 1 Agenda (June 21, 2022) School Operations 101 Communication / Relationship …

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School Operations: Summer Boot Camp

We are excited to announce that we will be offering professional development to school-based operation professionals this summer! Join us for 2 days of intensive training that will prepare you and your team to start the 22-23 school year strong! Register Today! Day # 1 Agenda (June 7, 2022) School Operations 101 Communication / Relationship …

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Native New York: American Indians and Dutch New Amsterdam

Our popular Native New York course for educators is once again available online—and free! Explore the history and legacies of early New York through guided workshops, lectures with thought-provoking guest speakers, and primary source analysis. Learn about the cultural, economic, and political relationships between the Lenape and the Dutch in the 16th and 17th centuries …

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Walk with Me: A Biography of Fannie Lou Hamer

Kate Clifford Larson discusses her new book Walk with Me: A Biography of Fannie Lou Hamer draws on new interviews and fresh archival material to explore Hamer’s life and impact on the civil rights movement.

Auschwitz Concentration Camp – Livestream History Tour

A slide and video presentation with historical commentary (not an actual live broadcast from Auschwitz because of Covid).  Also a reading of select passages related to Auschwitz from the excellent book “Our Crime Was Being Jewish: Hundreds of Holocaust Survivors Tell Their Stories” by Anthony Pitch.

Music for Liberation

This workshop will explore how Miriam Makeba’s anti-apartheid activism motivated her music and interviews during her lifetime while connecting with primary source documents, such as song lyrics, photographs, and timelines, to inspire the creation of song hooks, anthems, and messages for liberation. Participants will study numerous examples of Makeba’s activism such as songs “West Wind …

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Rediscovering Pan-Africanism and Miriam Makeba

This workshop examines Pan-Africanism, an African cultural movement championing unification and agency in response to oppression, within the context of Miriam Makeba’s career. It will investigate the linguistic diversity of her songs, for example “Malaika,” “A Luta Continua,” and “Qonqothwane,” and how that propelled her to becoming a symbol of pride and solidarity throughout Africa. …

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INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP 2022

INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP 2022 Please register for our information sessions and learn more about our unique summer college admissions enrichment. Make your college application stand out from the crowd through our College Application Summer Intensive Prep Program. In this two-week program, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes with high school …

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Classroom conversations: How the CRT debate and the culture wars impact students in Tennessee

Across the country, new laws targeting critical race theory and debated books are influencing the small but pivotal decisions educators make every day: how to answer a student’s question, what texts to read as a class, how to prepare for a lesson. Eight states now have laws restricting how schools can teach about racism and …

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Young Portrait Explorers: Polly Bemis

Celebrate Women’s History Month at the Portrait Gallery with a series of Young Portrait Explorers. Chinese in Idaho These paintings are reinterpretations of black-and-white photographs from the life of Polly Bemis (1853–1933). Bemis, who was smuggled into the United States and sold into the slave trade at age 19, escaped anti-Chinese immigration tactics when she …

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Teaching About Japanese American Incarceration During WWII

Empower students to identify injustice with a literary and historical examination of Japanese American Incarceration during World War II. We will feature Facing History and Ourselves’ educator’s guide to Jeanne Wakatusuki Houston’s memoir Farewell to Manzanar, which uses primary sources to examine this troubling chapter in American history. CTLE Credits available for New York educators. …

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Stop AAPI Hate with Dr. Russell Jeung

A Virtual Conversation with Dr. Russell Jeung, Professor of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University and co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate. https://news.sfsu.edu/news-story/sf-state-professor-named-one-time-magazines-most-influential-people  

The Chinese Question: The Gold Rushes and Global Politics

Historian Mae Ngai discusses her latest book The Chinese Question: The Gold Rushes and Global Politics with Beth Lew-Williams (author of The Chinese Must Go), Associate Professor of History at Princeton University. The Chinese Question narrates a complex history of the economic, social, and cultural circumstances around the mid-19th century gold rushes in America, South …

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Exploring the Legacy of the Transcontinental Railroad

Learn about the history of Chinese American contributions in the United States and to the Transcontinental Railroad, as well as archeological, organizational, and arts-based efforts to uncover and uplift the stories and contributions of Chinese Transcontinental Railroad workers and their descendants in America: -History of the Chinese American contribution to the US and TR left …

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American Survivors: Trans-Pacific Memories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Using more than 130 oral histories of Japanese American and Korean American survivors, their family members, community activists, and physicians – most of which appear here for the first time – Naoko Wake reveals a cross-national history of war, illness, immigration, gender, family, and community from intimately personal perspectives. American Survivorsbrings to light the history …

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A Tale of Three Chinatowns

Lisa Mao’s A TALE OF THREE CHINATOWNS is a feature-length documentary that explores the survival of urban ethnic neighborhoods. Specifically examining Chinatowns in three American cities, the film looks at the forces altering each community and the challenges that go with them. The film profiles Chinatowns in Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Boston and features the voices …

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Federal funding and mental health: What’s working in Michigan schools

Student mental health has suffered through the pandemic. Michigan districts are working to use federal COVID funds to implement new curriculums and programs focused on well-being, and most of all by hiring social workers and counselors.  School leaders across Michigan have $6 billion to spend, the largest single influx of federal education dollars in state …

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150 years of Chinese students in America

On the 150 years of Chinese students in America, CHSNE explores the lives of three Chinese Educational Mission (CEM) students who stayed in the United States and the accomplishments they made despite of the discrimination they faced during the Chinese Exclusion Act era.

Charter School Operations

We have the ideal session for new school-based operation professionals! Understanding school operations is critical to the success of your students, faculty and families. During this session we will discuss the following: Define school operations in a charter school setting Overview of the Roles and Responsibilities of an Operations Team Key Mindsets for Success in …

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2022-2023 Student Recruitment Planning Sessions

Join us for a 3-week online series focusing on charter school student recruitment! Let’s work together to ensure you meet your student recruitment goals for the 2022-2023 school year! We will take a deep-dive into best practices, effective and ineffective recruitment strategies, develop individual school-based toolboxes, establish community engagement strategies, database research and engagement as …

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Student Recruitment Networking Group

Join us for our monthly student recruitment networking group taking place on Thursday, March 24th at 12:00 PM EST.  We know it hasn’t been easy and we want to offer a safe space to collaborate and brainstorm with other professionals. RSVP today!

Discovery Education Equity Talks: Women’s Power & Voice for Women’s History Month

Join us for Discovery Education Equity Talks, a live webinar series featuring the nation’s top education leaders. Moderated by Dr. Luvelle Brown, superintendent of Ithaca City School District, these 45-minute segments focus on how school leaders are cultivating equity and excellence in education, with a focus on Women Power & Voice for Women’s History Month. Speakers: …

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Getting Money in the Pockets of Transition Aged Youth: Accessing Tax Credits

The American Rescue Plan and related federal pandemic legislation brought temporary changes in the tax laws that benefit transition-aged youth (18-24 year olds) experiencing homelessness. Young people who worked last year and parenting youth, for example, may be eligible for several thousand dollars. To get these funds young people must file their taxes. Come hear …

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Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (Columbus, Indiana) Teacher Fair

Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation located in Columbus, Indiana is hiring for the 2022-2023 school year and will be hosting a Teacher Fair virtually on March 29, 2022.  BCSC is a public Pre-K – 12 school corporation with over 11, 500 students, 760 teachers, 18 schools, multiple pathways and a diverse student population.  Sign up for …

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