NCASE Resource Library
This webinar by Grantmakers for Education explored how to use an asset frame in creating positive out-of-school-time spaces for youth from populations that are often marginalized. It included panelists from the National Urban League, the Wallace Foundation, the Chicago Urban Institute, Wellesley College, the Cheyenne Youth Project, and Maven Youth.
These webinars are sponsored by the Bipartisan Policy Center. There are nearly 3 million American Indian/Alaska Natives (AI/AN) living in the United States. However, too often the needs of tribal communities are an afterthought to Congress and policymakers.
This webinar provided a discussion among thought leaders about lessons learned and strategies for responding equitably to learning loss and other loss resulting from the pandemic and child care and school closures. They suggested a strengths-based response to what children have learned while at home with their families.
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 video shares practical applications to shift independent schools from numbers-focused diversity work to systems and practices that foster equity, inclusion, and justice in diverse communities. The concepts and steps shared by Erica Pernell, Director of Inclusion and Multicultural Practice at Shady Hill (MA), are applicable across all organizations that serve students.
During this webinar, authors from the book, Changemakers! Practitioners Advance Access and Equity in Out-of-School Time, share how they have adapted their practices to continue to support youth, families, and staff during the pandemic.
Rosemarie Allen, Institute for Racial Equity and Excellence, proposes that we reduce school and child care suspensions and expulsions by shifting the behaviors of adults. She recommends that we increase adult efforts to teach pro-social skills, and look for what is good, right, and best about each child.