Last Updated: February 01, 2015
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The February 12, 2015 webinar, Rural Challenges and Resources Needed for Dropout Prevention, will focus on 15 strategies recommended by the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network. Obstacles to consider in planning and implementing dropout prevention interventions will also be addressed. The webinar is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education.
Event: Rural Challenges and Resources Needed for Dropout Prevention Webinar
Date/Time: February 12, 2015, 1:00 - 2:30 pm, ESTRegister Here
The webinar will include a discussion panel comprised of national leaders in dropout prevention and rural education, as well as state and local practitioners. A question and answer session will enable webinar participants to interact with panel members.
Hobart Harmon, Ph.D. (webinar moderator), rural expert, Rural Dropout Prevention Project, MSG Jay Smink, D.Ed., former director, National Dropout Prevention Center/Network, Clemson University Toni Kersh, Director of the Office of Compulsory School Attendance Enforcement, Mississippi Department of Education Irene Walton Turnage, Ph.D., Superintendent of Holly Springs School District, Holly Springs, Mississippi Sandy Addis, Ed.D., Interim Director of the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network, Clemson University.
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