Educational Series to Support, Train Local Non-Profit Organizations

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We Are Warren and Eastern Ohio Education Partnership invite community and non-profit organization leaders to join us for a new four-part educational series designed to help develop the necessary skills, processes, and resources to ensure they can adapt and thrive in a new global environment.

 

The first session, Aligning Mathematics with After-School Curriculum, will be facilitated by Dr. Kim Yoak at 10 am, February 21, 2017, in the Warren City Schools Board of Education Technology Lab. The 90-minute session will show ways to implement engaging, entertaining, district-aligned mathematics curriculum into existing student programs. Subsequent sessions on social emotional learning, capacity building, and other topics will be held during winter and spring. Light refreshments will be served.

 

With a strong track record of community engagement, Corrie Adams of The Raymond John Wean Foundation will share with participants valuable information and examples that represent the Foundation’s Educational Opportunity strategic priority. The Foundation prioritizes systematic change initiatives supporting Warren and Youngstown City School students’ academic success, primarily in early childhood readiness and access, attainment of skills that improve student outcomes, and readiness, access, and completion of postsecondary education and job training. This educational series was designed to support the alignment of the Foundation’s grantees and the work that takes place in local school districts.

 

Interested community leaders can discover more information and RSVP for the educational series by emailing their name, title, and organization name to info@EOEPartnership.org.