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Event Date & Location
March 14th & 15th, 2013 • 9am to 4pm
HUSD Student Information and Assessment Center
27211 Tyrrell Avenue
Hayward, CA 94544
Information on the FAIR Education Act
Regional Institute Training
The FAIR Education Act Regional Institute is designed to include community stakeholders from the Education, Disability and LGBT communities to come together to explore the Fair, Accurate, Inclusive, and Respectful (FAIR) Education Act, and how to shape the teaching of Disability and LGBT history in grades 7-12 in social studies classes in California.
Teachers, students, parents and staff from local community based organizations within the Hayward Unified School District and surrounding county are encouraged to attend!
Would you like to know more about the Fair Education Act?
How to Put the FAIR Education Act Into Action
Recorded on: Janaury 27, 2012
Presenter: Kirk Aranda
Summary: In celebration of Ed Roberts' Day and Disability History, learn about the FAIR Education Act, and how you can work with local school districts to help determine what and how disability history is taught the schools in your community.
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FAIR Gear from the YO! Store
You can Sport that FAIR feeling with FAIR gear. All proceeds go to support YO! effort to make the FAIR Education Act a reality
FAIR Education Act Poster
18" x 24" high quality poster celeberating the FAIR Education Act.
FAIR Education Act Coffee Mug
Coffee mug celebrating the FAIR Education Act; microwave-safe.
FAIR Education Act T-Shirt
100% pre-shrunk cotton t-shirt in sizes XS to 6XL, celebrating the FAIR Education Act.
The facility is wheelchair accessible. This is a scent free event, for the comfort and accessibility of all participants please do not use perfume, cologne, or other fragrances.
Funds for this project come in part from federal funds awarded as the State Personnel Development Grant to California (CFDA84-323A) allowed in Part D of Public Law 108-447, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), as amended in 2004. These dollars are considered local assistance funds and will assist individuals serving children birth to 22 years of age and their families.