Salem Reporter: How will distance learning impact Salem-Keizer students? No one really knows. Salem-Keizer teachers and principals have seen online class participation fall in recent weeks as some families have burned out on remote schooling. With no grading or in-class tests, educators say it’s hard to measure how students are learning, or what gaps will… Continue reading Salem Reporter: How will distance learning impact Salem-Keizer students? No one really knows.
During Coronavirus, Spanish-speaking Parents Face More Obstacles During the Coronavirus pandemic, Spanish-speaking immigrant parents are facing more obstacles to helping their children with their education. The pandemic created a unique situation, and we had to respond with flexibility and creativity. We had to cancel our luncheon in April and cancel parent classes for the remainder… Continue reading During Coronavirus, Spanish-speaking Parents Face More Obstacles
Latino/a Parents’ Priorities for their Children’s Education On May 12th, Superintendent Christy Perry presented her pre-Covid-19 budget. She decided it would be counter-productive to spend her energy making detailed cuts with no information on the economy and state school funding. Instead, she continues to look for resources, savings, reserves and grants, and is preparing for… Continue reading Latino/a Parents’ Priorities for their Children’s Education
Salem Reporter coverage of the our parent leaders priorities Latino groups push for improved bilingual education, mental health support in budget With budget cuts on the horizon, Latino organizations in Salem are urging Salem-Keizer administrators and the school board to move forward with plans to better serve students. By Rachel Alexander – Salem Reporter June… Continue reading Salem Reporter coverage of the our parent leaders priorities
Our Annual Luncheon is Cancelled for 2020 Sadly, we at SKCE have decided that we must cancel our annual luncheon “Celebrating Latino Parents – the First Teachers,” that was scheduled for April 23rd. After Governor Brown closed public schools and limited gatherings to 25 people, the decision was made to not live-stream or even postpone… Continue reading Our Annual Luncheon is Cancelled for 2020