The State Performance Plan Technical Assistance Project
(SPP-TAP) invites you to a Webinar on
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
12:00 noon - 1:30 p.m. (PST)
Please join SPP-TAP as we welcome Dr. Rosemarie Allen for the upcoming webinar, Using Culturally Responsive Practices to Ensure Equity for All Children focusing on learning environments that are culturally affirming for students in preschool through early elementary grades.
Proposed Audience: SPP-TAP invites school and central office personnel to this webinar. While her primary area of focus is on early learning, Dr. Allen's insights are invaluable for educators at all levels of the learning continuum.
Please forward to your colleagues in preschool, TK,
and K-3 instruction and leadership!
Pre-registration is required.
Registered participants will be provided further details and log in information via email prior to the event.
Presenter Biography: Dr. Rosemarie Allen has served as a leader in early childhood education for more than 35 years. Her life's work centers on ensuring all students have access to developmentally and culturally appropriate instructional programming.
Dr. Allen has been the Director of Colorado's Department of Human Services, Early Childhood Division and is a contractor for the National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations, focusing on equity and culturally responsive practices in the model. She is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Education at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Dr. Allen is also the founder of the non-profit Institute for Racial Equity and Excellence (IREE) and is widely known as the nation's expert on creating positive, equitable learning environments for young children.
This free webinar is provided by the State Performance Plan Technical Assistance Project at Napa County Office of Education with funding from the California Department of Education, Special Education Division.
If you have any questions regarding registration please contact Davina Gallon at email@example.com
This webinar is free and open to anyone who is interested in addressing disproportionality in their district.