Equity and Excellence Now: How Schools Can Achieve Both

In surveys during the spring of 2020 of more than 15,000 teachers and administrators, equity was their top concern. In this interactive webinar, Anthony Muhammad and Douglas Reeves share the latest evidence on Equity and Excellence Now: How Schools Can Achieve Both. Although students have experienced dramatic differences in access to technology and effective instruction, […]

Facilitating Secondary ELA English Learners’ Oral Language Development While Engaging in Distance Learning

Join CDE's webinar, "Facilitating Secondary ELA English Learners’ Oral Language Development While Engaging in Distance Learning." Participants of this webinar will consider the difficulties that distance learning presents for English Learners. Participants will receive tangible tools and processes for supporting oral interactions and language development of secondary English language arts students in distance learning environments […]

Moving Forward, Where Do I go From Here?

You and your loved ones are invited to the free “Moving Forward, Where Do I go From Here?” community conversation. In other words, you’re invited to a discussion on identifying and coping with grief and loss. During, you’ll listen to powerful community testimonials that showcase resilience by seeking support. You’ll take part in small group discussions […]

How your organization can utilize GIS during COVID-19 response, recovery and beyond

Nonprofits & NGOs are rising to the challenge to address the impact of COVID-19 in communities around the world. Many are leveraging location data and analytics to adjust and advance this critical work. Esri’s Nonprofit & Global Organizations Team is hosting a webinar, "How your organization can utilize GIS during COVID-19 response, recovery and beyond". Esri will […]

Beyond the College Bill: The Hidden Hurdles of Indirect Expenses

Join uAspire for a virtual briefing on their forthcoming report, Beyond the College Bill: The Hidden Hurdles of Indirect Expenses. Costs beyond tuition are frequently absent when calculating and communicating college costs. Thus, students are often unaware of the additional indirect expenses they will encounter. For example, course materials, transportation, housing and food are essential […]

Universal Design for Learning in Distance Learning for Early Childhood

Hosted by the Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Resources Division in collaboration with the Early Learning and Care Division and the California Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Coalition, this webinar will provide information on UDL and its application to distance learning for early childhood education. Kelly Wylie and Kathy Wahl from the Santa Clara County Office […]

Webinar for K-12 Educators

Join the Webinar for K-12 Educators hosted by the University of Redlands Center for Educational Justice! In this webinar, The County Office of Education Superintendent and school district superintendents will discuss reopening schools in their respective school communities. Thus, attendants will discuss safety precautions and delivery models of instruction. Dr. Jose Lalas, school board member […]

HBCU Leadership Perspectives & Priorities

Join the webinar "HBCU Leadership Perspectives & Priorities". HBCUs are vital to America, more so now than ever. Please join us at 2:00 ET on June 25, 2020 for an online forum featuring three HBCU presidents who are leading their institutions through the unprecedented challenge of a global pandemic, and leading our society in its […]

Helping Parents Prepare Your Kids for School

A 30 minute web session for the parents of middle school and high school students, Helping Parents Prepare Your Kids for School. Hosted by Tutor.com's Learning Design Manager, Dr. Amy Dietzman. Topics include: 1. The importance of setting up a schedule 2. Setting expectations and teaching your kids to be responsible 3. Creating work spaces […]

PBS SoCal At-Home Learning Resources

PBS's 30-minute intro webinar provides an overview of PBS SoCal’s At-Home Learning resources, PBS LearningMedia, and other PBS KIDS resources designed to help early childhood educators provide learning opportunities throughout the summer and prepare for the new school year. Register for the webinar via the link. 

Summer Book Study: How to Be Anti-Racist

Beginning in July, join the "Summer Book Study: How to Be Anti-Racist" webinar every Monday for five weeks,. July 6th Ch. 1-2: Guest Speaker Dr, Naomi Taylor.