Families In Schools is pleased to announce its revised curriculum for families with children in grades 11 and 12, Transition to College. Transition to College is a six-week program that helps address the transition of low-income and immigrant students from high school to college. The program is designed to enhance parents' ability to support their child's last year in high school and the transition into college. Through a two-day training institute, facilitators learn about the program's goals, objectives, implementation model and how to successfully engage families during the transition year. This two-day training offers interactive lesson demonstration and modeling on Families In Schools’ Transition to College curriculum.
WHAT YOU GET
Training: A two day training is provided to school and agency staff that serve parents with children in grades 11 and 12. Staff will learn about the program’s goals, objectives, implementation model and how to successfully engage parents during the transition year.
Tools: In every training, participants receive
- An implementation guide that includes helpful tips for replicating and sustaining the program year after year
- Ready-to-use tools with participant handouts (in English & Spanish)
- Content-rich learning activities, delivered in a parent friendly format
- Interactive lesson demonstration/modeling
- Culturally relevant materials
HOW TO GET IT
Transition to High School is being updated and will be available in 2023. To request a staff training, please contact Director of Training and Capacity Building, Lindsay Dumas, M. Ed. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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