OBrown & Associates Educational Consulting Observes April Events with California Public Schools
OBrown & Associates values the importance of supporting California Public Schools and recognizes April events; Public Schools Month, Week of the Young Child, Public School Volunteer Week, and Administrative Professionals Day.
By: OBrown & Associates Educational Consulting
April Observance Dates:
Public Schools Month | April 1-30, 2019
Encourages to annually recognize April as Public Schools Month.
Week of the Young Child | April 8-12, 2019
Focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.
Public School Volunteer Week | April 22-26, 2019
Provides a yearly opportunity for schools and families to honor and highlight the powerful contributions parents and caregivers provide at school and home to support student success.
Administrative Professionals Day | April 24, 2019
Celebrated on the Wednesday of Administrative Professionals Week, which is on the last full week of April.
OBrown & Associates is a San Francisco Bay Area, educational consulting and leadership coaching firm dedicated to the expansion of racial equity and inclusion to ensure that every student has access to a high-quality school experience.
Focusing on African American and biracial students, their mission is to provide educational leaders with effective frameworks and tools designed to change the mindsets of staff, and increase the engagement and academic success of the targeted students.
Their training supports school-wide programs like Response to Intervention, Restorative Justice Practices, Social and Emotional Learning, Trauma, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Equity and more. OBrown & Associates create customized professional development sessions, webinars, blogs, site level team and/or one-on-one coaching, forums, conferences, etc.
Their clients receive data-driven, practical and best practice strategies designed to guide them toward more positive outcomes for all students. Training targets youth populations who are disadvantaged or underserved and experiencing equity GAPS. These opportunity gaps occur when race, class, English proficiency, and other factors perpetuate limited access and lower achievement.
OBROWN & ASSOCIATES
Marcie O. Brown, M.A.
Principal and Lead Consultant
OBrown & Associates Educational Consulting