Continuing Education Opportunity

Tackling Inequality in Public Schools (LA Law Library)

When: February 20, 2018 from 12 pm to 1:30 pm

This event is not sponsored by CASA of Los Angeles, but may be used to provide continuing education hours to volunteers. Use the link below for more information, and contact your Advocate Supervisor to see how this event may be used to count toward your continuing education hours, and where to enter this information in ETO.

 

LA Law Library is pleased to join with the Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, the Langston Bar Association and California Women’s Law Center in celebrating African American History Month by presenting a series of events discussing racial disparities and legal issues impacting black Americans in our community.

A diverse panel of legal experts, educators and child welfare advocates will guide a discussion, respond to questions and concerns and facilitate a dialogue about inequality in public schools in underserved areas. Discussion to include the unique needs of foster care children, differences in educational opportunity for less advantaged children, the unequal provision of school programs and issues influencing girls’ participation in sports.

 

For more information: Visit www.lalawlibrary.org/CLASSES to RSVP for this continuing education opportunity.

Questions: To reserve your seat for this continuing education opportunity please use the link in the description above.

Please note this is not a CASA of Los Angeles event.

Contact program organizers directly if you have additional questions about the event. Speak with your Advocate Supervisor to see how this event may be used to count toward your continuing education hours.