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Supporting Special Populations Students Through Distance Learning
Thursday, May 28, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Juan Cabrera, Superintendent, El Paso ISD, TX
Hosted by Yalitza Vasquez, Vice President, Multilingual Education, Trinity Education Group
Sponsored by Trinity Education Group
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The world has shifted, and schools are implementing new systems to support the real possibility of the need for online learning – before, during, and after potential school disruptions. As the nation shifts to distance learning during these unprecedented times, students from special populations could fall behind and not have access to the learning.
Join this edWebinar to learn about providing your district staff and school leaders with key information, tools and resources, research, and structures to successfully implement a school or district-wide distance learning system for special populations students.
This edWebinar will be of benefit to school and district leaders, and directors of ELL and SPED of kindergarten through high school grade levels. There will be time to have your questions answered at the end of the presentation.
About the Presenter
Juan E. Cabrera became superintendent of the El Paso Independent School District in September 2013. Under Juan’s leadership, EPISD was selected as one of only 80 districts nationwide to join the League of Innovative Schools and one of 10 districts to join the CASEL network. EPISD was also selected as one of eight Texas districts to participate in the Texas Education Agency’s System of Great Schools. Juan is a former elementary bilingual teacher and has also completed programs at the London School of Business and the Harvard Negotiation Project. Additionally, he has completed the ALAS Superintendents Leadership Academy, which prepares experienced leaders to successfully run urban public education systems. Juan was selected as 2015 Texas Latino Superintendent of the Year, and in November 2014, Juan was one of 100 Superintendents selected by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the first-ever National ConnectED Superintendents Summit at the White House.
About the Host
Yalitza Vasquez is Vice President of Multilingual Education at Trinity Education Group. She has worked with teachers, coaches, and students of special populations for over 17 years. Most recently, she served as Senior Executive Director for the NYC Department of Education, Division of English Language Learners and Student Support. Under her leadership, the NYCDOE opened over 100 dual language programs and developed policies to support more than 150,000 special population students.
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