Each month RTSC secures recognized leaders in their respective fields to present on various special education and related topics geared toward supporting the at-risk population of students throughout the state and beyond. Register to attend one or more of the webinars below for an opportunity to engage with our presenters during the Q&A session which follows the presentation.
Not available to participate during the live broadcast? All of our webinars are recorded and archived on our website. Visit the Webinar Recordings page to access our archived webinars which are produced with closed caption, presenter bios, and resource links.
Date: Tuesday, January 19th, 2020 12:00 PM EST
We are honored to have Representative Kay Kahn, Massachusetts House Chair of the Joint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities, join us for a discussion on current legislation.
Presented by: Representative Kay Kahn, Massachusetts House Chair of the Joint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities
Description: Representative Kahn has worked to achieve greater transparency, including the annual DCF report which began in 2019, and was published this year in October 2020. She has worked to represent the interests of the children and families we work with at the Federation, including the Electronic Backpack legislation that is still pending. Representative Khan will have a discussion with us, and will take questions from the audience as time permits.
Date: Tuesday, February 16th, 2020 12:30 PM EST
Presented by: TBA
Date: Tuesday, March 16th, 2020 12:30 PM EST
Presented by: Krishna Richardson-Daniels, Director of STEM with Technology Access Foundation and Founding Director of A Bridge Forward
Description: Krishna Richardson-Daniels is an accomplished public health and education professional. Born and raised in Seattle, Krishna earned her Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from a Historically Black College and University (HBCU), Dillard University and her Master of Public Health (MPH) from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Krishna also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Niger, West Africa and worked in parts of Sub-Saharan Africa (Malawi and South Africa) as a public health professional.
With over 20 years of progressive experience spearheading program operations with non-profits, government organizations (both locally and globally), and educational institutions, Krishna is passionate about serving African Americans and other people of color from disadvantaged communities. She has a desire to see systemic and institutional racism dismantled and longs for the implementation of racial equity, social and educational justice.