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Saturday, May 4 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Closing the Gap for Systemically Underserved Populations Through Unconditional Education

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Missed instructional time is one of the main reasons systemically underserved students fall behind. Using self-regulation as a skill-building technique can help educators keep students in the classroom and accessing their education while meeting their social-emotional needs. This presentation will focus on techniques and support strategies, delivering content that can be transferred into practice the following school day.

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Katrina Carleton

Unconditional Education Coach, Seneca Family of Agencies
Katrina began her career in education teaching in an intensive English program for study abroad students at a local Washington college. Looking for a deeper impact, she completed a term of service with AmeriCorps and worked in an elementary school program. Passionate about finding... Read More →
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Erin Galloway

Director of School Partnerships, Seneca Family of Agencies
Erin works to help educators create compliant, effective, and innovative practices for meeting the needs of students faced with barriers to academic achievement, including those with disabilities. Erin comes to this work with experience in both charter and district schools teaching... Read More →

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