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TQ Distance Learning Webinar 5: NEA and WETA - Providing Support for Families in Challenging Times

This webinar will include a discussion of the needs, concerns, and wants of parents during this unprecedented time.
Bethany Robertson speaks during a conference on distance learning

At a Glance

An introduction to the WETA/NEA partnership in supporting parents.

Topics

  • COVID-19
  • Family & Community Engagement

Outcomes

  • Parent Supports
Developed by:

National Education Association

Last Updated: 09/17/2020

Details

Audience Role

  • Education Support Professional
  • Parent
  • Teacher

Session Length

1 Hour, 2 Minutes

Session Format

Webinar

This webinar will include a discussion of the needs, concerns, and wants of parents during this unprecedented time, as well as, an introduction to the WETA/NEA partnership in supporting parents.

NEA provides guidance and resources for returning to classrooms safely, and with an emphasis on racial and social justice.

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