A Teachers Role for Working with Federal Policies
First generation college student - first hand experiences
Adrian G. Castro, Salem/Keizer Coalition for Equality in Schools
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About the conference:
A collaboration between the WOU College of Education
and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, in cooperation with Salem-Keizer
Public Schools and Hispanic and Russian/Ukranian communities in the area.
- Four topical panels of experts throughout the
- University students, faculty, and administrators
- State, regional and local decision-makers
- K-12 educators, students, administrators and school boards
- Other community leaders and the general public
University Center, Columbia Room - 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
event is free. So we can plan, please let
us know your interest in attending by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite and encourage you to attend any portion of the day's meetings.
free in any WOU lot by picking up a day pass at the conference registration
morning refreshments will be served. Lunch is on your own. A variety of
eateries and comfortable seating areas are located throughout the building.
services: For information and accommodation, please contact:
WOU Office of Disability
Academic Programs and Support Center, Room 405
E-mail email@example.com . Phone 503-838-8250 (V/TTY) . Fax 503-838-8721
For further details, please contact the coordinator of this event:
Patricio R. Ortiz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of ESOL/Bilingual Education
Western Oregon University
Division of Teacher Education - College of Education
Monmouth, Oregon 97361
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . Phone 503-838-8414