Events from: 04/24/2017 to 04/30/2017


College prep for historically Black colleges

The National Alumni Association of Spelman College invites high school students to its annual college preparation program. Learn about historically Black colleges and universities, how to apply for financial aid and more at this free event. Regsiter here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ny-naasc-annual-college-prep-program-registration-33032790967?aff=eiosprexshremail&ref=eiosprexshremail

At Location in Description from 04/29/2017 to 04/29/2017 - Hosted by - General - Details

Community Education Council Meeting: District 1

Business/Calendar Meeting

At Location in Description from 04/26/2017 to 04/26/2017 - Hosted by - General - Details

DISTRICT 18 TOWN HALL MEETING with Chancellor

DISTRICT 18 TOWN HALL MEETING with Chancellor Carmen Fariña. Issues and concerns for District 18 will be addressed.

At Location in Description from 04/26/2017 to 04/26/2017 - Hosted by - General - Details

NAACP charter school forum

The NAACP is holding a hearing on charter schools and public schools. This is a chance to make your voice heard about the recent NAACP board resolution calling for a moratorium on charter school expansion. Task Force Members from California, Connecticut, Tennessee, Florida, Mississippi, New York, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Washington, DC will attend Registration to speak will begin at 5:30 PM. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: DR. HAZEL N. DUKES @ (212) 344-7474 OR @ NYSNAACP@GMAIL.COM Hosted by the Metropolitan Council of NAACP Branches & The New York State Conference

At Location in Description from 04/26/2017 to 04/26/2017 - Hosted by - General - Details

Bronx: Special Education 101

Advocates for Children of New York presents a workshop in conjunction with the Mott Haven CPP. This workshop covers the Individualized Education Program (IEP) development process, including referrals, evaluations, and the IEP meeting; program and placement options; advocacy tips; and due process rights. More information here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-workshop-special-education-101-registration-32660316887

At Location in Description from 04/26/2017 to 04/26/2017 - Hosted by - General - Details

CEC 13: Special ed on the agenda

CEC District 13 April Calendar Meeting: Included in this meeting will be a conversation on special needs in District 13, as well as the monthly superintendent report. See the meeting notice here: http://www.cec13.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/CALENDAR-MEETING-4-25-17v2.pdf

At Location in Description from 04/25/2017 to 04/25/2017 - Hosted by - General - Details

Social Media and Your Tween/Teen

Social Media and Your Tween/Teen: Free Parenting Workshop offered by Rutgers Community Center. Why is social media so important to middle school and high school aged kids? How can parents guide children to use social media responsibly and safely? How do parents model social media behaviors, and what impact does this have on kids? Adolescent psychologist Michelle Canarick, Ph.D., leads a free parenting workshop on how to help your tween to teenaged children manage this important aspect of their lives. This workshop will include practical exercises to help parents understand the role social media plays in their children’s lives, how to respond issues and challenges that arise in a healthy and constructive manner, and more. RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/social-media-and-your-tweenteen-free-parenting-workshop-tickets-33409492692?aff=eac2

At Location in Description from 04/24/2017 to 04/24/2017 - Hosted by - General - Details