Tue, Aug 11|
Case Management: Engaging Students in At-Home Learning
The Community Response System of South Los Angeles Education Committee is providing training for agencies and schools to use case management as a tool for engaging students in their at-home learning.
Time & Location
Aug 11, 2020, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
About the Event
More than 50,000 students did not log into their at-home learning in recent months. Meanwhle, less than 10% of students at many South LA-area schools typically test proficient in math and English Language Arts. Students not connected to at-home learning are expected to have even more learning losses.
The Zoom login will be provided in your confirmation and reminder emails.
SAVE THE DATE
Four trainings are available for you to choose from. All are held on Tuesdays and will present the same content. You can attend one or all, as needed. Register for each one individually on this Events webpage. Save the dates as follows:
* August 4 and 11, 10-11:30am
* August 18, 1-2:30pm
* September 1, 6-7:30pm
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CRSSLA's education committee has been working to help our students receive the academic enrichment and other services needed to achieve college and career readiness...despite the pandemic. Case management training and a family resource directory are being provided to help agencies and schools reach and support youth and families in the South Los Angeles area.
CRSSLA is an initiative of Community Build, Inc. CRSSLA is an association of agencies and individuals providing collaborative aid and crisis management to help mitigate the impacts of the pandemic in the South Los Angeles area. Our primary collaborative partners are Los Angeles Metropolitan Churches and the USC Center to Eliminate Homelessness.
For more information on CRSSLA, contact Ann Thomas at (323) 290-6560. For more information on the case management training, contact Naomi McSwain at (323) 453-6533.
The following are our trainers and facilitator for the case management trainings:
Dr. Angela Parker, director of training and programs
Dr. Nathan Sessons, adjunct professor
Naomi McSwain, executive director