How educators can address poverty, domestic violence, and other challenges affecting their studies
A panel discussion about how schools, teachers, and parents can effectively address the challenges in family and community life that kids bring with them to school. Free and open to the public. Childcare available; call 541-346-3700 or email by March 10 to request.
Sponsored by the Wayne Morse Center. Cosponsored by Stand for Children, Community Alliance for Public Education, LULAC of Lane County, Centro Latino Americano, Eugene/Springfield NAACP, and Community Alliance of Lane County.
Panelists Alicia Hays
Director of Lane County Department of Health and Human Services, 4J School Board member
Marsha Kline Pruett
Maconda Brown O’Connor Chair and Director of the Clinical Research Institute, Smith College School for Social Work
Director of the UO Prevention Science Institute and Knight Professor of Counseling Psychology and Human Services in the College of Education
Carmen Urbina Codirector, Oregon Center for Educational Equity