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Latino Education Council:

The Latino Education Council is a non-profit organization which welcomes the opportunity to partner with the community and area school districts. They believe that together we can build a more equitable and inclusive public education system.

Their mission is to:

  • create a better future for the Latino Community by supporting their academic success;
  • provide appropriate and timely information and support for parents and teachers so that they can more effectively help students succeed;
  • assess schools’ progress in providing equitable educational opportunities for all students regardless of cultural or linguistic backgrounds so that they can succeed in school and in their lives;
  • and, support existing organizations and programs that support educational opportunities for Latino and ELL students so that they can successfully engage students and their parents and support them in helping their children succeed academically and in their lives.

 

Join us for an upcoming meeting:

September 9th - Strategic Planning Meeting MMSD - Centro Hispano 9am-11:30am - Guest: Jen Cheatham, Superintendent

September 9th - Karaoke Fundraiser - Location: TBD 5 - 8 PM

October 7th - FAFSA Workshop - Centro Hispano 9am - noon

October 14th - Community Engagement with law Enforcement - Guest: Dane County Officers - Centro Hispano 9am - 11:30am

November 11th - Bilingual Educator Professionals - Guest: TBD - Centro Hispano 9am - 11:30am

December 9th - Latinxs Business for Education Posada Fundraiser - TBD

 

Meetings are held on Saturdays from 9-11:30 AM at Centro Hispano, 810 W Badger Rd Madison.

For event information, please visit their website.

 

 

Hmong Education Council:

The council meets every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 5-6:30 PM at Badger Rock Neighborhood Center on 501 E. Badger Rd, Madison

Like the Hmong Education Council's Facebook page

 

 

 

African American Parent Leadership Council (AAPLC)

The African American Parent Leadership Council is open to parents and caregivers raising African American children. The group meets on the third Tuesday of every month to discuss issues important to them and with a focus on African American student achievement. Meetings are held at Wright Middle School from 6-7:30pm. For more information, contact Janice Chestnut at (608) 663-5977.