Tuesday, March 30, 2010

School Climate Radio Webcast


Mark Your Calendar for the Next Live Radio Webcast!

Solutions to the Dropout Crisis

Tuesday, April 13, 2010
3:30 – 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time

School Climate Through Students’ Eyes

presented by

Dr. Bill Preble

  • Learn how improving school climate and respect in schools offers an effective approach to meaningful school improvement.


  • Discover how student leadership and empowerment can effectively impact school climate.


  • Find out about the USDOE and the new National School Climate Initiative.

    Dr. Bill Preble and some of his student leaders will share the work that they have been doing to improve school climate and learning. They will show the importance of inviting disengaged students to serve as school climate experts and school leaders in the SafeMeasures School Climate Improvement Process. They will also share examples of the kinds of data that schools are collecting to better understand and address school climate issues. The broadcast will conclude with effective programs and strategies that are being used to improve school climate in schools throughout the country.

    Supplementary materials and all necessary information about participating fully in this professional development opportunity are found on our Web site at www.dropoutprevention.org/webcast. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact the National Dropout Prevention Center at ndpc@clemson.edu or 864-656-2580.

    Participation in this radio webcast is free and no registration is required. The program will be archived in its entirety on the Web site. On the day of the webcast, sign on early to ensure your connection. Link to the broadcast at www.dropoutprevention.org/webcast. If technical support is needed, you may call 864-656-4550 for assistance at that time.

This radio webcast is produced by the National Dropout Prevention Center in partnership with
Clemson Radio Productions and with support from Penn Foster.


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