Introducing Solutions to the Dropout Crisis Magazine

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Aired on: February 14th, 2017

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Our Guest(s) This Week

Our guests

Rev. James F. Davis III, Teresa Chasteen, PhD, June J. Pilcher, PhD, David Paxton, The Hon. Steven C. Teske, Terry Dozier, Victor Woods      

This Week's Topic

Join Solutions to the Dropout Crisis webcast host Marty Duckenfield as she introduces Solutions to the Dropout Crisis
Magazine
, a 30-minute series created to complement the National Dropout Center/Network’s hour-long free professional development webcast Solutions to the Dropout Crisis.

Marty introduces two Solutions to the Dropout Crisis Magazine episodes, each hosted by NDPC/N Director Dr. Sandy Addis and available for download in separate segments after the webcast. The purpose of Solutions to the Dropout Crisis Magazine is to extend awareness of the need for dropout prevention efforts to a larger
audience and to underscore the importance of collaborative efforts among civic, business, and education communities.

The first Solutions to the Dropout Crisis Magazine episode brings together a faith-based community initiative, a researcher, and a business leader in three 7-minute segments that illustrate examples of collaboration and present ideas for consideration.

The second 30-minute episode focuses on the case for trauma-informed instruction and how emotional and physical trauma affect students’ performance and can lead to students’ dropping out. Personal examples show that fostering healing, change, and growth through trauma-informed instruction leads to increased opportunities for educational and personal success.

 

In our first Solutions to the Dropout Crisis Magazine

Rev. James F. Davis III
Dunn Creek Baptist Church
Ware Shaols, SC
www.dunncreekbaptistchurch.com

Teresa Chasteen, PhD
President and CEO
WIN Learning
www.winlearning.com

 

 

June J. Pilcher, PhD,
Alumni Distinguished Professor of Psychology
College of Behavioral, Social, and Health Sciences
Clemson University
jpilche@clemson.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In our second Solutions to the Dropout Crisis Magazine

David Paxton
Senior VP Strategy & Innovation
The Village Network
Wooster, OH
www.thevillagenetwork.org

The Hon. Steven C. Teske
Chief Judge, Clayton County Juvenile Court
Jonesboro, GA
steve.teske@claytoncountyga.gov

 

 

Terry Dozier
Former College and NBA Basketball Player
Westwood High School
Blythewood, SC
tdozier@richland2.org
Victor Woods
Author and Motivational Speaker
Success International Inc.
www.victorwoods.com