How educators can address poverty, domestic violence, and other issues affecting their students

A panel discussion hosted by Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics about how schools, teachers, and parents can effectively address the challenges in family and community life that kids bring with them to school.

Featuring Marsha Kline Pruett of Smith College School for Social Work; Alicia Hays, Director, Lane County Department of Health and Human Services; Elizabeth Stormshak, Director of the UO Prevention Science Institute and Knight Professor of Counseling Psychology and Human Services in the College Education; Carmen Urbina, Co-Director, Oregon Center for Educational Equity

  • Tuesday, March 14 at 4 PM – 6 PM
  • 1515 Agate St, Eugene, Oregon 97403
  • Free and open to the public

More: http://waynemorsecenter.uoregon.edu/event/what-kids-bring-to-school-how-educators-can-address-poverty-domestic-violence-and-other-issues-affecting-their-students/