Free webinar explores educational gains made in Detroit
The Collective Impact of Social Innovation on a Two-Generation Learning Program
Wednesday, June 7 | 11:00am – 12:00noon EDT
How did a strategic partnership and a commitment to a common agenda lead to gains for EL students and their parents in Detroit? Join the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) and United Way of Southeastern Michigan (UWSEM) for a discussion around NCFL’s latest leadership brief, The Collective Impact of Social Innovation on a Two-Generation Learning Program with Hispanic/Latino Families in Detroit. NCFL’s Senior Research Specialist, Dr. Jeri Levesque, and Family Learning Specialist, Lynn McGregor, join Research and Learning Specialist, Lindsey Miller, from USWEM to share how a common agenda, professional development, continuous communication, and ongoing technical support reinforced a partnership that enriched the social capital of programs and delivered the promise of two-generation educational success.
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Click here for a copy of the Collective Impact brief to review before the webinar.