Learning Environments That Promote Positive Youth Development and Success for African American Male Students
SchoolsMovingUp at WestEd
Rose Owens West
February 19, 2013 @ 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Tel: 415.615.3213 Email: email@example.com
This webinar will describe the learning conditions, organizational structures, and factors within the social and cultural climate in schools that nurture the positive development of African American male students.
John R. Browne, CEO and executive coach for Third Millennium Enterprises, will serve as presenter. The former county and school district administrator and university lecturer will address:
- Learning conditions, organizational structures, and climate factors in many schools that work against academic improvement for African American male students
- Policies, conditions, and strategies that help to produce a nurturing school climate
- Political constraints that might be experienced along the way
- The leadership needed to overcome such constraints
This is the last of three webinars in the Improving Academic Outcomes for African-American Males series addressing equity concerns for African-American males in K-12 public education settings. Other webinars in the series are:
- Discipline that Does No Harm: Improving Academic Outcomes for African-American Male Students (archived)
- High Quality Instruction that Promotes Learning and Achievement for African American Male Students (archived)