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Disproportionality and Mental Health Webinar


Disproportionality and Mental Health Webinar
October 19th, 2:00-3:30 p.m.

Join us for an interview with two of California's innovative leaders around collaborative efforts to support children's mental health and well-being. They will discuss strategies that districts can employ to meet the needs of California's students, particularly those who are over-identified for special education and who are receiving disproportionate disciplinary actions, as well as those in poverty and who have experienced trauma.

Elizabeth Estes
Breaking Barriers, Founder
Breaking Barriers is a collaborative of leaders from across child-serving systems throughout California who are united by the conviction that only through collaborative planning and problem solving can we insure the educational, social, emotional, and behavioral wellbeing of California's children and youth.  


Alex Briscoe
California Children's Trust, Principal
The California Children’s Trust works collaboratively to reinvent our state’s approach to children’s social, emotional, and developmental health. This statewide initiative seeks to improve child well-being through policy and systems reform.
Maureen Burness
SPP-TAP TA Facilitator
β€ŒVeteran SPP-TAP TA Facilitator, Maureen Burness, will moderate a discussion about mental health issues and resources in California in relation to disproportionality. Additional emphasis will be placed on the current challenges of the pandemic, distance learning, and social-political unrest.

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