Save the dates!
The NABSE Southeast Regional Virtual Conference 2021 will occur on April 30-May 1, 2021. Our theme this year is "Delivering on the Promise: Equity, Social & Racial Justice".
The cost of the event is $30 for students and $50 adults.
A registration link will be shared at a later date.
Interested in submitting a proposal for the 2021 NABSE Southeast Regional Virtual Conference? The deadline is March 4, 2021. Please email email@example.com or call Dr. Betty Howell-Gray for more details.
To register for this event, please visit the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mobilizing-and-organizing-in-our-communities-tickets-133274721279
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HBCU Student Helpers
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Second Annual Voter Education Seminar in partnership
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CHARLOTTE, NC - Members of the North Carolina NABSE Affiliate and The Greater Charlotte ABSE, in conjunction with CharlotteEAST, attended a "Conversation with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) Superintendent Earnest Winston on January 23, 2020. The event focused on bringing together communities and businesses to learn about policies, programs, and interventions that sustain support for students to excel. Members of the Charlotte community were encouraged to attend in order to hear their voices on impactful programs that yield positive results. CMS Superintendent Earnest Winston shared his vision for the district and how the community can become engaged to assist.
This informational, thought-provoking parent workshop will share various strategies to aid in the development of social, emotional and academic levels of children. Parents will gain cutting edge information, to assist understanding and importance of self-esteem, discipline, homework, culture and relationships, for enhancing student success in learning.
“EMPOWERING BLACK MALES AND MALES OF COLOR
TO MEET HIGH STANDARDS OF ACHIEVEMENT”
To improve literacy, career/college readiness and economic opportunity for youth in Charlotte, with particular focus on African-American males.
Decision making & accountability of local educators, parents and communities
Awareness of the ESSA Law and the need for VOICES in the policy-making process
Create opportunity plan to help close opportunity gaps in challenging Schools
To build connections between schools, parents, businesses and church communities
Policy Makers and Advocates Working Together to Engage Stakeholders
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