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Live, Interactive Group Online Training

live, interactive group trainingLive, interactive group online training allows you to review training materials in a group setting, with opportunities to ask questions and interact with others. Live, interactive group trainings take place on a designated date at a designated time.

NCHE Webinars

NCHE hosts Webinars regularly so that participants can train from the comfort of their office, without the expense and logistical issues that can accompany face-to-face training. NCHE Webinars focus on issues related to the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness. During NCHE Webinars, presenters explain important concepts, while also giving participants the opportunity to ask questions and interact with each other.

Register for a NCHE Webinar

To participate in a NCHE Webinar, you must have a computer with internet access. You can connect to Webinar audio by calling into the conference call number or via your computer speakers and microphone. Those connecting to audio via telephone can ask questions via the questions pane or over the phone. Those connecting to audio via computer speakers and microphone can only ask questions via the questions pane, as in past Webinars, most attempts to ask questions via computer microphone have not been heard. If you call in using your phone, the cost of the Webinar is that of the long distance phone call (usually around $5-10, but varies according to your long distance carrier and plan).

To register, please click on the hyperlink below for the date on which you wish to participate and follow the steps given.

Title Date and Time Registration
NCHE Coffee Break: Understanding Doubled-Up
Monday, July 28, 2014
2:00 - 2:45 pm ET
(Please adjust for your time zone)
Register for the coffee break
Description: In this 30-minute coffee break, participants will join presenters from the National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) in an exploration of the issue of doubling-up. Doubled-up is the informal wording used to described a concept included in the McKinney-Vento Actís definition of homeless. It refers to shared living arrangements, some of which may be considered homeless, while others may not be, depending on various factors. In this session, designed to provide professional development in a convenient and interactive online format, participants will explore some of these factors in greater detail and have the opportunity to ask questions about concepts covered throughout the session.


NCHE Staff
Please check back in early July to register for August Webinar dates.
View previously recorded NCHE Webinars.
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The National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) is the U.S. Department of Education's technical assistance center for the federal Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program. NCHE is housed at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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