ANFCR: Book Club Series Introduction

Children and Family Services Building 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

Are you interested in diving deeper into the work of our Custody Advocacy Program, Children's Defense Team, and Education Law Program? We are excited to announce a new book club series that  illuminates the imperative work of Council for Children’s Rights.  Our team leads chose a series of books that strongly relate to the lived […]

Summer Book Club Series

Children and Family Services Building 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

Are you interested in diving deeper into the work of our Custody Advocacy Program, Children's Defense Team, and Education Law Program? We are excited to announce a new summer book club series that illuminates the imperative work of Council for Children’s Rights.  Our team leads chose a series of books that strongly relate to the […]

Free

First Wednesdays: Special Education Conflict Resolution

Children and Family Services Building, Training Room 1 601 E. 5th Street, Charlotte, NC

Feel like your student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) is not being followed? Disagree with the school about your student’s placement or amount of special education services? Not sure what to do about it? Sometimes advocating for your student at an IEP meeting may not be enough to resolve disagreements with the school system. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) provides several ways to resolve disputes that may arise. This workshop will provide an overview of facilitated IEP meetings, state complaints, mediation, and due process.

Summer Book Club Series: CDT All American Boys

Children and Family Services Building 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

Are you interested in diving deeper into the work of our Children's Defense Team? We are excited to announce a new summer book club series that illuminates the imperative work of Council for Children’s Rights. Our CDT staff have chosen to read Jason Reynold's All American Boys to highlight the lived experiences of their child clients and […]

Free

Summer Book Club Series: CAP Childhood Disrupted

Children and Family Services Building 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

Are you interested in diving deeper into the work of our Custody Advocacy Program? We are excited to announce a new summer book club series that illuminates the imperative work of Council for Children’s Rights. Our CAP staff have chosen to read Donna Jackson Nakazawa's Childhood Disrupted to highlight the lived experiences of their child clients […]

Free

Summer Book Club Series: ELP Pushout

Children and Family Services Building 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

Are you interested in diving deeper into the work of our Education Law Program? We are excited to announce a new summer book club series that illuminates the imperative work of Council for Children’s Rights. Our ELP staff have chosen to read Monique Morris' Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools to highlight the lived experiences […]

Free