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Steps Towards Implementing Poverty Thought Force Goals presentation (Politics Department Collection)

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date
2018-06-25T14:57:41Z
2018-06-25T14:57:41Z
2017-04
2018-06-25 (issued)
description
30-slide presentation detailing programs focusing on equity, summer learning loss, and parent engagement in schools, by Josie Butler, Kendall Huennekens, Sebastian Ivory, Tatenda Mashanda, Paige Raudenbush, Laura Rodriguez, and Sebastian Pellejero
The Political Science/Politics Department collection contains course materials regarding the 2017 spring course, "University and Community: Past, Present, Future," a collaboration between Winston-Salem State University Dean and Professor Corey D.B. Walker and Wake Forest University Provost and Professor Rogan Kersh. The course's students came from both universities and studied the role of universities in civic affairs and communities, particularly in the context of Winston-Salem, N.C.
format
application/pdf
16 pages
school records
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/91161
language
English
relation
Special Collections & Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
Politics and International Affairs Department Records
Academic Departments. Politics and International Affairs Department Records (RG16.21)
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subject
Maya Angelou
Political science
Politics and government
title
Steps Towards Implementing Poverty Thought Force Goals presentation (Politics Department Collection)
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