Join RAPSA’s FREE Webinar on NLC’s Reengagement Census

NLC’s 2015-16 Reengagement Census – (February 24, 2017, 11 AM PST) The National League of Cities has released its 2015-16 Reengagement Census.  Join Andrew Moore, Director of Youth and Young Adult Connections, and Niels Smith, 2016-17 Heinz Graduate Fellow, to learn more about the study and trends of Reengagement Centers across the country.  This year’s summary 

Continue Reading →

Webinar Registration

WestEd Resarchers Lead RAPSA in Exciting Discussion of Characteristics and Education Outcomes of High School Dropouts Who Re-Enroll View Recording (password: pP2E5mp5) – Presentation Slides – WestEd Study The Regional Educational Laboratory West at WestEd has published a study prepared for the Institute of Education Sciences.  The study, Characteristics and education outcomes of Utah high 

Continue Reading →

Webinar Recap – Making High School Relevant – A Framework For Career Technical Education

This webinar was presented by Alisha Hyslop from the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) and Kisha Bird from the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP). They explored how career technical education (CTE) can impact the lives of low-income out-of-school youth. If you missed out, view presentations and discussions here. View Recording – ACTE Presentation 

Continue Reading →

It’s not easy being real and rigorous: How tough teaching can help turn around classrooms and schools

It’s not easy being real and rigorous: How tough teaching can help turn around classrooms and schools Presented by Matt LaPlante In this presentation, Utah State University professor Matthew LaPlante will introduce a set of six questions teachers and administrators can ask themselves and use to evaluate whether they are using tough teaching approaches in 

Continue Reading →

The Word Problem: How To Get Our At-Promise Students Reading in Math Class

The Word Problem: How To Get Our At-Promise Students Reading in Math Class Presented by Alex Kajitani For our at-promise students, the growing need to read complex text in math class can be potentially devastating, as they often lack the academic vocabulary and reading skills required to tackle such problems. This presentation will provide an overview of 

Continue Reading →