Join us for Keeping the Momentum from Summer 2021: Accelerating Expanded Learning for High Schoolers
School districts have access to unprecedented funding from the California state budget to think creatively and expansively about how to define expanded learning for high school students. Now is the time to start planning for summer 2022. As much of these dollars will be available through at least summer 2023, we can use lessons learned from last summer to inform district decisions for the year to come.
On Wednesday, November 3, 3:00-4:00pm PDT, join the Linked Learning Alliance, Partnership for Children and Youth, and California education leaders for a discussion on practical ways to implement effective summer learning, how to leverage dollars to scale these programs, and how these experiences ensure high school students are seen, engaged, and connected to their purpose. Panelists will provide insight into the following questions: What experiences reconnected our high schoolers with their learning, and helped them stay on track with their aspirations for the future? How can these experiences be replicated or improved upon to better serve all students? By the end of the webinar, you’ll learn what summer learning experiences work for high school youth and how to use summer as a year-round development opportunity for students and educators as well.
Panelists will include:
- Duane Robertson, CTE Coordinator, Antelope Valley Union High School District
- Betsy McKinstry, Director, CTE/College and Career, Antelope Valley Union High School District
- Sue Hubbard, Program Specialist, Elk Grove Unified School District
- Erin Sipes, Expanded Learning Coordinator, Elk Grove Unified School District
- Kristen Boroski, CTE Director, Fresno Unified School District
- And more!