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POSTPONED - Promising Practices and Stories from the Field

Family Stories - A Language Access Panel
Wednesday, May 29, 2024
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
No cost

The research is clear: when families and schools work together it improves student outcomes. For a growing number of families, language access plays a critical role in their ability to partner with their child’s school team. This session will provide a brief overview of:

What language access means
The laws outlining family rights and school districts responsibilities for language access
Understand the role language access plays in a student’s equal educational opportunities and an effective family-school partnerships

Participants will hear stories from families on their personal experiences with language access and the impact of it on their child’s educational opportunities and outcomes. Panelists will share challenges they have encountered, effective strategies and tools to support language access, and what it means to be a language access ally.

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May

May
29
POSPUESTO - Prácticas alentandoras e historias sobre el tema
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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May
29
POSTPONED - Promising Practices and Stories from the Field
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Details

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