Navigating the American Education System Workshop in Atlanta Georgia

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You are cordially invited to to participate in a unique workshop titled ‘Navigating the American Education System’ aimed at educating and building parental proficiency in the American Education system primarily targeting minorities.

Research consistently supports the essential role the family plays in children’s healthy development and academic success. The data indicates that students at all grade levels do better academic work and have more positive school attitudes, higher aspirations, and other positive behaviors if their parents are knowledgeable, encouraging, and involved in their children’s education.

Some of the key topics will be internships, funding, sports & scholarships, discipline, drugs and so much more. We will also open it for a Q & A and give you the opportunity to ask the panel any questions that you might have.
Purpose
The purpose of this Workshop is to increase the academic achievement of students by increasing parental proficiency in navigating the American educational system.

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The Program will provide parents with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to interact with the school system and to better manage the academic experiences of their children.
Amazing Expert Panel
ABN has put together an amazing pool of educators and parents who will help guide us through this complex maze.
Ms. Catherine Odera – Kennesaw State University
Dr. Mary Mwangi – Public School Instructor, Trainer & Robotics Coach
Mr. Isaac Gitonga – Education Specialist / PhD Candidate/ Math Educator in a Private institution
Mr. Stephen Thomas – President of the Central State University Alumni (Atlanta Chapter)
Ms. Susan Ouko Mwaura – Parent to a Duke Student
Dr. Mundia Kahiga – Education Specialist
Ms. Barbara Kihumba – Attorney & Harvard Grad
Dr. Murugi Ndirangu, Professor, Georgia State Univ
Ms. Carol Orisa, Education Specialist & Special Ed.
Ms. Muthoni Mpuria, Student, Kennesaw University
This event will be moderated by Eric Mwangi – President of ABN Worldwide and Angela Karanja, National Internship Recruiter for Southeast & Midwest US. Angela is also an experienced Career Adviser.
Great Venue

Kennesaw State University
This year’s workshop will be hosted at Kennesaw State University – Social Science Building Room 1021. Click here for directions.

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