Are you aware of the issues facing at-risk students because of their economically disadvantaged backgrounds? In this course, we analyze the traits of high-performing, high-poverty schools with emphasis on exploring strategies to reduce the achievement gap and build community partnerships. This course focuses on improving the learning outcomes for economically disadvantaged students. We recommend this course for school and/or district teams.
Dr. Kelsey Williams
Dr. Kelsey Williams has been working with at-risk, non-traditional student populations for over 10 years. She has educational experience teaching oversees. Currently, she is working as the administrator at Another Choice Virtual Charter School in Boise, ID.
To inquire about bringing an NNU Workshop to your district or building, please contact the Center for Professional Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who qualify for and desire accommodations in this course due to a disability, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, must follow the NNU Disability Services Policies and Procedures as put forth by the office of Disability Services. Any student may review a copy of these policies and procedures at http://casa.nnu.edu/