Education Pays $$$ Presenters: Antoinette Mitchell, Deputy Assistant Superintendent, Postsecondary and Career Education J. Michelle Johnson, State Director, Adult and Family Education. Objectives. Participants in this workshop will:
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Antoinette Mitchell, Deputy Assistant Superintendent, Postsecondary and Career Education
J. Michelle Johnson, State Director, Adult and Family Education
Participants in this workshop will:
What are some of the obstacles/barriers that
prevent DC residents from increasing their
Once the obstacles/barriers are eliminated,
what can DC residents do to increase their
- GED (General Education Development)
- NEDP (National External Diploma Program)
- DC Public Schools (DCPS) High School Diploma
- Adult Education,
- Early Childhood Education,
- Interactive Parent and Child Activities, and
- Parent Support Groups.
Based on everything we’ve talked about
what advice would you give to a DC resident
(family, friend, co-worker) about what they
can do to increase their earning power?
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