New Webinar: Recovery and Reengagement Strategies in Rural Contexts

Friday, July 17th, 2015

Webinar Date: July 23, 2015

Time: 1:00 – 2:30 pm EDT

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About the Webinar: 

In rural settings, recovery and reengagement programs must adapt to remote locations, transportation issues, scarce funding resources, and small populations. Local cultural and value systems must also be considered and addressed if dropouts are to be attracted to and retained by recovery/reengagement program offerings.Participants in this event will leave with an understanding of:

  • The range of dropout recovery and reengagement options that are typically used across the nation;
  • Unique challenges faced by administrators in rural contexts; and
  • What factors will ultimately lead to success.

This webinar will include presentations by administrators of two successful but very different rural recovery and reengagement programs, a multi-county charter program in rural northeast Georgia and a residential program serving numerous rural communities in Wasilla, Alaska.

Featured Speakers:

Dr. Sandy Addis
Director, National Dropout Prevention Center/Network

Debra Day-Lewis
Director of Student Services, Mountain Education Charter High School, Cleveland, GA

Adam Mokelke
Principal, Burchell High School, Wasilla, AK

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This webinar is produced by the Manhattan Strategy Group. For questions about the webinar or if you are in need of technical assistance, contact Jessie Stadd here.