Change The Game: Dismantling Systems of Inequity and Reimagining College Student Success
Dr. Donnell Butler (Franklin & Marshall) delivered a great keynote performance last Thursday, discussing systems of inequity and looking hard at how we define student success in college. Dr. Butler graciously allowed us to post his handout from the keynote so that attendees can go back and have a look at his slides – a goldmine of information, research, and analysis. Access his presentation here. Thank you, Dr. Butler!
Other workshops that have been added:
- Best Practices for Working with English Language Learners (10,000 Degrees)
- Building Students’ Agency and Non-Cognitive Skills: A Framework for Implementation (Gateway Public Schools)
- Building SEL Awareness Through Reflection of Social Identity (Umoja Student Development Corporation)
- Educational Equity for All Students: Empowering Undocumented Students and Families (Noble Network of Charter Schools)
- Exploring Earlier: Helping Students Discover College and Career Opportunities at a Younger Age (American Student Assistance)
- Inspiring to Aspire!: College Access Activities and Partnerships for Young Students(Elon Academy)
- International Education and College Readiness (The Student Diplomacy Corps, Friends of University Academy, Roaring Fork Pre-Collegiate Program)
- How to Guide Your Students to STEM Degree Success (Bride to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM))
- K-12 to Career: Building Pipelines to College and Career through Cross-Sector Collaboration (DePaul University, Chicago Public Schools)
- Mission I’m Possible with Donnell Butler: Keynote Follow-Up (Donnell Butler, Franklin & Marshall)
- Partnering for Persistence: Supporting Students From Recruitment Through Graduation (Williams College, The Academy Group, Pomona College, The Opportunity Network)
- Post-Secondary Education in Canada: An Innovative Case Study in Collaboration and Partnerships (Council of Educators of Toronto)
- The Power of Pre-College Programs: Working Together to Empower Students (Minds Matter, Summer@Syracuse, Brown University, Noble Network, Bucknell University)
- So You Wanna Be A … ?: Creating Comprehensive Career Pipelines for Underrepresented Students (Academy of the Pacific Rim, The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants, Wentworth Institute of Technology)
- Relationship-Based College Counseling (Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School)
- The Right Answer is Not Always C: Understanding the SSAT (The Enrollment Management Association)
Did you present at the NPEA Conference and want your presentation added? Email Alex and ask him to help you out!
Featuring more than 40 workshops, three keynotes, two receptions, breakfast roundtable discussions, and ample time for networking, this is a valuable opportunity for those in the field of education to come together and share best practices. Conference participants represent school and non-school based direct service programs, independent, public and charter schools, colleges and universities, education nonprofits, and others committed to the field of access and success.This year’s keynote speakers include: Donnell Butler, Eve L. Ewing, and Na’ilah Suad Nasir.View the conference workshops and agenda .Mission: NPEA connects the people, practices, and innovations essential for eliminating barriers to educational access and college and career success for underserved students.When?Wednesday, April 3 – Friday, April 5Pre-conference events begin Wednesday, April 3. The conference ends at 3:30pm CST on Friday, April 5 with an optional book signing until 4:00pm.Where?Chicago, ILEarly BirdRatesNPEA Members: $580Non-Members: $765*Early bird rates available through February 15, 2019.Quick LinksQuestions?
NEW: NPEA Member Discounts on Professional Education Programs from Harvard Graduate School of Education
NPEA is pleased to announce a new learning alliance with Professional Education (PE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education! NPEA members have the opportunity to attend PPE summer programs at 20% off the regular tuition. Below, please find information about each of the programs which take place in May, June, and July 2019. To receive the 20% discount in tuition, NPEA members should:
1) Apply for the interested program through the program webpage first. No payment will be required at this stage;
2) Upon acceptance, you will receive a confirmation email and be asked to complete an enrollment form (different from the application form). On the enrollment form, you can input a discount code and a discount of 20% will automatically apply to your invoice. For the discount code, check the latest NPEA Member Newsletter (Winter 2018-19), or email Alex.
Race, Equity, and Leadership in Schools
5/13/19 – 5/16/19 (Apply by 4/1/19)
Develop the skills and historical understanding to lead courageous conversations about race, power, and equity in your school community.
Post-Secondary Success: In Schools, Communities, and Families
6/23/19 – 6/26/19 (Apply by 5/10/19)
Gain tools and frameworks for advancing students on a path to post-secondary success.
Closing the Achievement Gap: Strategies for Excellence with Equity
6/29/19 – 7/3/19 (Apply by 5/24/19)
Learn how to raise achievement levels for all students—while narrowing gaps between groups—by increasing teacher, student, and family engagement.
Family Engagement in Education: Creating Effective Home and School Partnerships for Student Success
7/22/19 – 7/25/19 (Apply by 6/10/19)
Design family engagement practices that are directly connected to student learning. Increase your capacity to engage staff, families, and your community to improve student outcomes.
Check out our 2018 *Special Edition* NPEA Digest: 10 Summer Reads!
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NPEA is excited to announce our new Advisory Board Members! Please visit the Advisory Board page of our website, and then read our e-Announcement and recent Press Release to learn even more about our new Board Members.
For the third year in a row, NPEA Member Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is generously sponsoring the Award for Excellence in Educational Access. The Award will recognize an NPEA Member Organization, Program, or School that has made a notable difference in the lives of underserved students, and includes a $5,000 monetary award for the winning NPEA member organization/school.
The winner of the award will be announced at the 2018 national conference, Standing Together in a Changing Landscape: A Call to Action, taking place on April 11-13, 2018 at the JW Marriott in New Orleans, LA.
Visit the 2018 Award page to learn more and access the nomination form.
Register Now for NPEA’s 10th Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA on April 11-13, 2018
Featuring more than 30 workshops, breakfast roundtables, three keynotes, two receptions, and ample time for networking, this is a valuable opportunity for those in the field of education to come together and share best practices. Conference participants represent school and non-school based direct service programs, independent, public and charter schools, colleges and universities, education nonprofits, and others committed to the field of access and success. REGISTER NOW.