The numbers of students living in deep poverty is rising. These students are often overwhelmed by trauma and lack resources that traditional classroom constructs are often unable to meet. With High Structure – High Love™ training, schools can create character-rich classrooms that teach both the cognitive and non-cognitive skills that allow all students to thrive.
In this installment of High Structure High Love, participants will gain insight and resources into becoming more comfortable with the McKinney-Vento Act. Participants will also learn how to set up systems and procedures for locating local resources and distributing those resources to families within the district.
About the Presenter: Amy Brewer is the Director of Education at Positive Tomorrows. She taught in the public school system for eleven years and currently holds certifications in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Mild to Moderate Disabilities. She serves on the Federal Reserve’s Economic Advisory Council as a poverty expert.
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