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  • Go Girl Go! Parents Guide

    Women's Sports Foundation

    The Parents’ Guide will give you some insight into the latest knowledge about motivating your daughter to become active and creating a positive and supportive environment for girls. There are also some ideas on how to communicate better with your daughter, build her self-esteem and help her to make confident decisions.

  • In Focus: Women and girls in sport

    UN Women (United Nations)

    Led by UN Women, the Sport for Generation Equality Initiative is inviting stakeholders from across the sports ecosystem to be part of a powerful coalition to make gender equality a lived reality in and through sport. Together, this coalition will accelerate efforts to promote women’s leadership and equality in governance models, prevent and respond to gender-based violence, close the gap in investment in women’s sport and promote equal economic opportunities, promote women’s equal participation and bias-free representation in media, and provide equal opportunities for girls in sport, physical activity and physical education.

  • Keeping in Touch with Students and Families Experiencing Homelessness During School Building Closures

    School House Connection

    Given the challenges of mobility, deep poverty, and trauma, keeping in touch with students and families experiencing homelessness can be a challenge in the best of times. With school buildings and early childhood programs closed, and students and families moving even more frequently due to COVID-19, maintaining connections is even more difficult. This resource offers some strategies that liaisons, schools, and early childhood programs can use to keep in touch with students and families.

  • Community Engagement Initiative

    CA State Legislature

    The California Statewide System of Support (SOS), which is rooted in identifying and eliminating inequities, has been established to build local capacity to ensure that districts are equipped to develop, implement, and evaluate strategies to ensure that each student has the resources needed to succeed. The SOS includes the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE), the California Department of Education, county offices of education, as well as many other entities that serve as “Leads” in particular areas. The Legislature created the Community Engagement Initiative in 2018, pursuant to Section 140 of Assembly Bill 1808, to take the lead with respect to community engagement.

  • Improving Well Being Online

    Connecting Safely

    A series of videos, plus discussion guides, that address online safety and wellness. Includes lessons for schools and home use, featuring experts in online safety, parenting, bullying prevention, security, and executives at popular app companies.

  • Science Fiction Book Lists for Kids

    Common Sense Media

    A list sorted by age (from preschool to teen) that includes “what parents need to know” along with the more traditional review details (summary and rankings) and both parent comments and youth reader comment sections.

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