Join Our Webinar With PAHRC: Building Housing-Centered Education Programs and Partnerships

Date Published: 
July 16th, 2020

What are the most common barriers holding back the children you serve from reaching their full potential at school? How can you help them be more successful? How would hybrid learning in the 2020-2021 school year impact low-income students? Register for our upcoming webinar with the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC), Building Housing-Centered Education Programs and Partnerships, on Tuesday, July 28, at 1 p.m. ET, to hear from Fresno Housing Authority and Fresno Unified School District as they discuss best practices and lessons learned from their partnership to create education-related programs for their students.

You’ll learn about:

  • Educational needs of children living in subsidized housing
  • Resources and best practices to help inform and develop housing-education partnerships and program
  • Ways to overcome common challenges when implementing a housing-based education program

We’ll also share findings from two recent reports from PAHRC. A Platform to Learn provides supporting data to show how housing-centered programs can give assisted children a boost by providing stability to help overcome barriers such as food insecurity, learning disabilities, and a lack of access to educational tools. The Housing Impact Report 2020: Children (coming late July) provides a statistical snapshot of children who receive federal rental assistance.


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