Formerly Incarcerated Students: Become a Campus Priority

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Add to Calendar 2019-01-25 00:00:00 2019-01-25 00:00:00 Formerly Incarcerated Students: Become a Campus Priority Did you know that every California Community College is creating a two-year plan that must identify disadvantaged students, how it will serve those students, and the resources that are being budgeted for those students? These plans, part of the Student Equity and Achievement Program (formerly Student Equity), are due in 2019 and colleges are working on them now. Find out how to make your voices heard in the planning process so that you and other formerly incarcerated students and their allies can be part of your college's plan. This webinar will feature Cleavon Smith, Berkeley City College Professor and Academic Senate Member, and Michael Quiaoit, Dean of Educational Services and Support for the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.  Visit the website to learn more: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FG1xDTt4QF-PgGe_QG4naA Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Did you know that every California Community College is creating a two-year plan that must identify disadvantaged students, how it will serve those students, and the resources that are being budgeted for those students? These plans, part of the Student Equity and Achievement Program (formerly Student Equity), are due in 2019 and colleges are working on them now. Find out how to make your voices heard in the planning process so that you and other formerly incarcerated students and their allies can be part of your college's plan.

This webinar will feature Cleavon Smith, Berkeley City College Professor and Academic Senate Member, and Michael Quiaoit, Dean of Educational Services and Support for the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office. 

Visit the website to learn more: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FG1xDTt4QF-PgGe_QG4naA


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