NCASE Resource Library
This webinar, facilitated by Attendance Works, explores how schools, public agencies, and community partners can use attendance and participation data to organize and tailor summer programs. It suggests a 4-step framework: (1) establish a team; (2) identify priority groups of students to reach; (3) craft engagement strategies; and (4) reflect, learn, and improve.
This webinar explores best practices in providing older youth with supportive and meaningful employment experiences and paid internships. The panel includes representatives from National Youth Employment Coalition, Summer Youth Employment Program from Charlotte, NC, College to Congress, and Community Relations Manager from Bank of America.
This webinar provides information to prepare summer staff to understand the overwhelming stress or trauma that youth may bring into a summer program.
The National Summer Learning Association has provided more than 40 webinars called the Voices of Summer Webinar Series. The webinars were held between spring 2019 and spring 2021. Presenters include national thought leaders, program providers offering promising practices, and researchers.
Early childhood mental health consultation (ECMHC) is an increasingly popular strategy for improving early childhood classroom climates and reducing suspensions and expulsions. This webinar explores findings from a recent research report from Yale Child Study Center on Ohio's Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation system.
This webinar series explores how insights from the science of learning and development can help advance anti-racist and equitable learning in both schools and OST environments. Webinars feature thought leaders in education and informal education, as well as school and program leaders.
This town hall provided recent developments on COVID-19 planning for Summer 2021 camps. It includes helpful research from Tufts University on effective non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPI) from Summer 2020, with the recommendation that camps continue to use the effective strategies for the coming summer. Camp directors from Wisconsin shared their experiences.
These webinars feature thought leaders, researchers, journalists, and award-winning program leaders who share practices and research. November 16, 2020 included providers sharing promising practices during the pandemic. November 17 included journalists to explore how the election might shape the landscape and leaders who talked about legislation needed right now.
This webinar provides information about how two states are supporting Family, Friend, and Neighbor care (FFN), which has become an especially important part of the child care supply in COVID-19. New Mexico has created a path for temporary FFN care that lasts for 6 months. Providers can serve up to 4 non-residential children and can access subsidy and food programs.