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Meeting 21st CCLC ESSA Academic Requirements in Virtual and Hybrid Environments, Part 2

In a follow-up to January’s webinar series on meeting academic requirements in virtual and hybrid spaces, this three-part companion series focused on the supporting skills and staff development necessary to meeting Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) objectives. Join the U.S. Department of Education’s You for Youth (Y4Y) Technical Assistance Team, along with a few 21st CCLC program guests, as we discuss three vital areas for creating a virtual learning environment built to succeed — positive youth development; building a community virtually; and staff recruitment, retention and training.

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Webinar #1: Positive Youth Development

Webinar #2: Building a Community in a Virtual Environment

Webinar #3: Staff Recruitment, Training and Retention

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