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REL Southwest Event: Identifying Practices to Engage Native American Indian Families in Students' Academic and Career Aspirations
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November 19, 2015

Time: 10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m. CT

Location:K20 Center at the University of Oklahoma
3100 Monitor Avenue
Norman, OK 73019

Description: Parent and family engagement is an important factor in increasing student performance.

The workshop has two purposes:

To increase attendees’ knowledge and understanding of the research literature addressing barriers to and promising practices for engaging Native American Indian families in students’ academic and career aspirations.

To help attendees’ use the research literature to inform the refinement or development of programs that engage families.

Research Alliance: Oklahoma Rural Schools Research Alliance

Audience: The workshop is open to all Oklahoma Rural Schools Research Alliance members and their colleagues, especially those who currently use or plan to develop programs that involve families.

Speakers: Haidee Williams, REL Southwest
Jenna Zacamy, REL Southwest
Erica Plut, REL Southwest

Haidee K. Williams
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