Lunchtime LEVinars

Welcome to Lunchtime LEVinars, free, interactive, online webinars on important and timely issues hosted by the League of Education Voters (LEV). These lunchtime webinars are designed to share information and build knowledge about the issues at the core of LEV’s policy priorities.

LEV will host each 30 to 60-minute webinar, which will include a 20–30 minute presentation by an expert from the field and 10 minutes of Q&A. Each webinar will be recorded and archived on our website.

 

Most Recent LEVinar


 

The Role of K-12 Schools in Addressing Racially Motivated Violence

From police violence around the country to the marked increase in attacks on members of the Asian American Pacific Islander community, we are continuing to see disturbing examples of racially motivated violence in the news. Over the past year, social movements have been thrust into the national spotlight, with youth at the forefront of the conversation. Recent incidents are impacting them in multiple ways, but how should K-12 schools respond?

In this webinar, we have assembled a statewide panel of students, educators, and a community organizer to discuss the impacts of racially motivated violence and how schools can best support students on a daily basis. They also answer your questions.

Yubi, a junior at Shorewood High School, Shoreline School District, and the Director of Community Outreach with the Washington state Legislative Youth Advisory Council

Lily, a junior at Mabton High School, Mabton School District, and a Second Year Councilmember with the Washington state Legislative Youth Advisory Council

Ivy, a junior at North Central High School, Spokane Public Schools, and a First-Year Councilmember with the Washington state Legislative Youth Advisory Council

Zana, a junior at Bethel High School, Bethel School District, and a member of Root of Our Youth

Rena, a junior at Cleveland High School, Seattle Public Schools, and a member of the NAACP Youth Council

Marlo, a freshman at the University of Washington and a member of Root of Our Youth

Denisha Saucedo, a 6th-grade teacher at Kent Elementary School, Kent School District, and the 2018 Regional Teacher of the Year from the Puget Sound Educational Service District

Jasmine Linane-Booey, a kindergarten through 8th grade World Languages teacher at Spokane Public Montessori, Spokane Public Schools

Tina Van, the Community Engagement Coordinator from Hilltop Peace and Community Center in Tacoma

Moderated by League of Education Voters Communications Director Arik Korman.

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Upcoming LEVinars

Washington state Teachers of the Year on Reimagining Education after COVID

As we enter the final quarter of this historic and challenging school year, students, families, and educators across Washington are navigating remote, hybrid, and modified in-person learning environments. But what should education look like when all schools reopen?

In our free webinar Thursday, April 15 at 12:30 pm, Washington state Teachers of the Year Brooke Brown (2021), Amy Campbell (2020), Robert Hand (2019), Mandy Manning (2018, and the 2018 National Teacher of the Year), Camille Jones (2017), Nate Bowling (2016), and Lyon Terry (2015) will share what they are hearing from students, families, and colleagues in their community on how the 2020-21 school year is going, how they recommend reimagining education based on what they have learned from teaching during the COVID pandemic, and will answer your questions.

This webinar offers live Spanish interpretation and live closed captioning.

Moderated by League of Education Voters Communications Director Arik Korman.

Thursday, April 15
12:30 – 1:30 pm

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A Listening Session with Voices from the Latino Community, Part 3

COVID-19 has presented challenges to students and families across Washington state. And although every community faces similar issues, the pandemic has uniquely impacted some communities. To learn more and provide support, League of Education Voters believes in outreach to the Latino community in a culturally and linguistically appropriate way.

In our free webinar Thursday, April 22 at 12:30 pm, we have assembled another statewide panel of Latino thought leaders, community leaders, and educators to share their perspectives on which investments need to be made and what the COVID recovery process should look like, what we need to see as we head back to in-person learning, and what we are looking forward to that we’ve missed during the pandemic.

This webinar will be presented in Spanish, with live English interpretation and live closed captioning in English available.

Moderated by League of Education Voters Director of Field and Community Engagement Eric Holzapfel.

Thursday, April 22
12:30 – 1:30 pm

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