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LCNV Destination Workforce® teacher Darlene Fahrenkrug has written about strategies used to support and teach Afghan women in our virtual Intensive English and Workforce Readiness program. Check it out in the Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center’s latest issue of PROGRESS (page 14).
LCNV’s Academic Operations and Digital Learning Manager, Nada Raja, participated in the Serving Refugees Professional Learning Community this spring facilitated by VALRC. Read more about it in on page 5 of the July issue of PROGRESS.
LCNV’s Director of Academic Programs and Student Services, Xavier Muñoz, recently earned a Civics Education Leader badge from World Education for his work aligning free and open resources to civics topics, refining the civics education framework, and contributing to an Open Education Resources Evaluation Guide. Read more here about the work that he and 35 other educators did during this first Teaching the Skills That Matter EdTech Maker Space.
LCNV’s teacher Kathleen McCleary's AARP article on How Teaching English to Immigrants Changed My World, read it here!
LCNV’s Executive Director, Roopal Saran, was recently interviewed by VoyageBaltimore. Read the article!
Congratulations to LCNV teachers Banhi, Darlene, Patricia, Vaishali, and Wafa as well as staff Lisa and Soo for completing the Community Resilience Initiative’s Trauma Informed Care: Course 1 presented by Virginia’s Community Colleges Student Success Center and for each receiving certification as a Trauma Informed Individual.