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Category: African American Education Network Events

Virtual MLE-DAC Meeting for Families of Multilingual Learners on May 25 EnglishEspañolالعربيةTiếng ViệtSoomaaliአማርኛनेपालीFrançais汉语English Virtual MLE-DAC Meeting for Families of Multilingual Learners on May 25 Please join DPS for a virtual Multilingual Education Districtwide Advisory Committee (MLE DAC) meeting on Wednesday, May 25 from 5-6:30 p.m. At this month’s session, we invite you to: Get to know two DPS Board Members Learn about resources for college and Read More »
Virtual MLE-DAC Meeting for Families of Multilingual Learners on Apr. 27 EnglishEspañolالعربيةTiếng ViệtSoomaaliአማርኛनेपालीFrançais汉语English Virtual MLE-DAC Meeting for Families of Multilingual Learners on Apr. 27 Please join DPS for a virtual Multilingual Education Districtwide Advisory Committee (MLE DAC) meeting on Wednesday, Apr. 27 from 5-6:30 p.m. At this month’s session, we invite you to: Get to know a DPS Board Member Share your feedback about student assessment Read More »
Virtual MLE-DAC Meeting for Families of Multilingual Learners on Feb. 23 EnglishEspañolالعربيةTiếng ViệtSoomaaliአማርኛनेपालीFrançais汉语English Virtual MLE-DAC Meeting for Families of Multilingual Learners on Feb. 23 Please join DPS for a virtual Multilingual Education Districtwide Advisory Committee (MLE DAC) meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 23 from 5-6:30 p.m. This month’s session will include:  Opportunity to get to know a DPS Board Member Healthy Start Times Phase 2  Declining Enrollment Read More »
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Anchored In Advocacy event was held on Tuesday, Feb. 9, and Interim Superintendent Dwight Jones attended and shared how all DPS schools are working on their Black Excellence Plans. The event also included engaging activities such as Family Reading Circles hosted by our Black Dads Story Time and Book Club, Family Learning Circles with the

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Thank You for Joining Anchored in Literacy! Anchored in Literacy was a virtual event designed for African American students and families. Hosted by the African American Equity Task Force, this was the third event in a series of programming created to celebrate, educate and inform families on how to navigate DPS systems and structures. During the virtual event on Dec. 8, we Read More »