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Upcoming Events

Explore upcoming events such as webinars and conferences related to school safety.

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| Hosted by: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), U.S. Department of Justice; Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention National Training and Technical Assistance Center (OJJDP NTTAC)
This webinar will discuss the history of racism in the United States and how it drives some individuals to commit acts of hate and identity-based bullying against African Americans. The webinar will provide participants with strategies to communicate effectively with youth about racism, mitigate hate and bias-based bullying, and create a positive culture and future for all youth
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| Hosted by: Central East Mental Health Technology Transfer Center, National Center for School Mental Health
This virtual learning series will focus on advancing high quality, sustainable school mental health from a multi-tiered system of support, trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and equitable lens.
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| Hosted by: National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments
The Free to Learn Miniseries offers webinars focusing on evidence-based practices to prevent, address, and ameliorate the effects of bullying, violence and hate while also supporting school safety, school-based mental health, and positive school climates. This series will provide these strategies at the key moments in a student and family's school experience as they: enter the school or classroom, engage with learning and extracurricular activities, navigate circumstances that might result in differences of opinion or conflict, and utilize various supports and opportunities to enhance their school experiences and academic achievement.

Past Events

Browse past events for ones you may have missed. You’ll also find supplemental event resources, including webinar recordings, scripts and more.

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| Hosted by: Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network
This session will provide information on how children understand and misunderstand crises and how best to explain it to them in order to promote their understanding and adjustment. Group discussions (such as within classrooms) pose unique challenges; advice on how to address anger and blame in group settings will be discussed. Free resources, including guidance documents for parents/caregivers and websites with related information on supporting children in the aftermath of crisis and loss, will be shared. Ample time will be provided for questions and discussion.
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| Hosted by: Department of Education
In this webinar, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona will celebrate these powerful partnerships while sharing Department priorities. The event is a call-to-action for parents and caregivers, educators, family engagement practitioners, state and local leaders, and organizations that support effective family engagement. Timed to coincide with National Parent Involvement Day (November 16, 2023), the event demonstrates the Department's commitment to supporting parents and the success of their children and will feature the Secretary and other senior Department officials in conversation with Grace Bastidas of Parents.
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| Hosted by: Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network
The purpose of this webinar is to build on the didactic content covered in our earlier learning sessions on executive function and provide more opportunity to cover a case example, engage in discussion, and have ample time for Q&A. In each session, the host will provide a very brief overview of the prior covered content, have an in-depth discussion of one case example, and ample time for questions and open conversation related to the mental health of autistic students.