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Tuesday, January 22 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Flexibility At Last – Building Upon the SES Model for Improved Student Outcomes
With the new NCLB Waiver, LEAs have greater flexibility to redesign Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to customize extended learning to meet the needs of your district’s neediest students. Good news is on the horizon! School leaders and classroom teachers are invited to learn about innovative program design and supports with the Baltimore City Public School System, currently providing SES for over 6000 Title I students.



By the end of this session, conference attendees will return to their districts with strategies for developing public and private partnerships that work and meet the needs of the schools. Presenters will share a program design with an infrastructure that supports student attendance, manages service providers effectively while ensuring a return on the Title I investment. Participants will have an opportunity to address related fiscal issues and internal controls.


Speakers
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Keshawn Golson

Keshawn Golson works as an Educational Specialist in the Baltimore City Schools Office of Federal Programs/Title I supporting the implementation of SES and Parent Choice programs.
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Naomi Hill

Dr. Naomi Hill . is an Educational Specialist in the Office of Federal Programs/Title I in the Baltimore City Public Schools. She oversees the implementation of Supplemental Educational Services and Parent Choice.
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Tasha Johnson

Tasha Franklin Johnson serves as the Director of the Office of Federal Programs/Title I for the Baltimore City Public Schools. She is a former classroom teacher and school administrator with research interests in culturally relevant practices and teacher preparation in urban scho... Read More →
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Michael Klapp

Michael Klapp graduated from the University of Central Florida and has worked in IT and IT consulting over 30 years. He currently works in the Baltimore City Schools Office of Federal Programs/Title I as an Application Developer.
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Robin Lopez

Robin Lopez is the Title I Manager in the Office of Federal Programs/Title I for Baltimore City Public Schools. Wtih 15 years experience, she has been a teacher, mentor, literacy professional developer, and Specialist with the Maryland State Department of Education and Baltimore County... Read More →


Tuesday January 22, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
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