The event includes a virtual school fair, panel discussions, and workshops. One of the sessions focuses specifically on “Considering Specialized Schools for Students with Learning Differences.” For more information about the seminar, please email [email protected].
According to their website, Jack and Jill of America, Inc., has 252 chapters nationwide, representing more than 40,000 family members. Through lobbying, educational programming, dissemination of education materials, and the organization of community and charitable events, Jack and Jill has promoted the public awareness and interests of children including child development, child growth, child quality of life, child care and the promotion of children’s rights.
Event information and registration for this free event can be found on Jack and Jill’s Metropolitan Chapter’s EventBrite site.