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What Works to Sustain Engagement and Attendance?
Join us for the fourth and final Attendance Awareness Campaign 2022 webinar to hear about promising and proven local and state strategies for engaging students and families and reducing chronic absence.

Speakers from Connecticut, Baltimore, Maryland and the Menominee nation in Wisconsin will share how they use data to inform action, engage local partners, and build capacity to ensure their approaches both achieve results and are sustainable. They will offer insights about how to draw upon the cultures, languages and assets of students, families and nearby communities to strengthen their interventions and programs.

• Kari Sullivan Custer, Education Consultant for Chronic Absence, Attendance and Truancy, Connecticut State Department of Education
• Francisco Baires, Education Specialist - Family Engagement, Capitol Region Education Council, CT
• Wendell Waukau, Superintendent, Menominee Indian School District, WI
• Charmayne Turner, Vice President of Operations, Youth Development, The Y In Central Maryland
• Kwesi Rollins, Vice President, Institute for Educational Leadership
• Hedy Chang, Executive Director, Attendance Works

Visit our website to access recordings and resources from previous webinars: https://www.attendanceworks.org/resources/webinars/

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Sep 28, 2022 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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