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Funding Your Social-Emotional Learning Programs

Date & Time:

Thursday, June 23, 2022

7:00 PM EST

Audience: School and District Leaders

Description & Goals: This informational one-hour webinar will provide school and district leaders with a better understanding of the funding sources available for investing in social and emotional learning (SEL). Join this free webinar to become better informed about the options available for funding SEL curricula, professional development, and resources. 

 

Participants will gain insight about:

  • Today’s social and emotional learning market
  • Educational and school funding
  • The Education Stabilization Fund
  • The Every Students Succeeds Act
  • Other sources of funding

 

Host:

Dr. Jennifer House, President, RedRock Reports

Dr. Jennifer House is president of RedRock Reports, an education funding services company. A noted education market leader, Dr. House is a former teacher, reading specialist, school and district administrator, university instructor, and educational technology innovator. In the private sector, she has led engineering education and marketing programs for Hewlett-Packard and Apple Computer and has held executive positions with multiple startups and leading K–12 organizations. Dr. House currently serves as an advisor to ed tech companies and venture capital firms investing in education.

 

 

Co-hosts:

Dr. Terrence McAllister, Chief of Educational Partnerships, Center for Responsive Schools

Dr. Terrence McAllister is a professional educator with twenty-five years of experience. He has served as a teacher, principal, director of secondary education, assistant superintendent, interim superintendent, and professor of education. His goal is to support the instructional process by identifying and eliminating barriers to learning, advocating for the needs of the whole child, and empowering all students and teachers to become lifelong learners in the twenty-first century. Terrence believes that a strong passion will ensure success. He is an avid sports fan, is a strong promoter of fitness/wellness, and enjoys serving his community.

 

 

Tina Mashburn, Chief of Special Projects, Center for Responsive Schools

Tina Mashburn is the chief of special projects at Center for Responsive Schools. She brings thirty years of public education experience serving as a classroom teacher, assistant principal, principal, director, executive director, and assistant superintendent. She loves to support and coach other educators in providing quality learning experiences for teachers and students.

 

 

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