The 100 Black Men of Phoenix presents
Education, in a Virtual World: A Town Hall Panel Discussion on Education
March 4, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.
Over the years, technology has revolutionized our world and daily lives. Technology has created amazing tools and resources, putting education at our fingertips. The option to never step foot inside a physical classroom ever again is changing how we take on learning and education. Learn how to select the best path and resources while aiding in the virtual educational success of your student.
How can parents support their students while they learn virtually from home?
What is netiquette (and digital footprints) and how can students practice online safety?
Are there resources available through the school your students attend ?(including Special Ed.)
Is mental and physical health the same during virtual learning as it is when at a school?
Meet the all-female panel:
Moderator – Dr. Ann Hart, Educational Consultant, Former Deputy Associate Superintendent for the Arizona Department of Education
Panelist – Arithia FurQaan, Multiple Disability Special Education Teacher
Panelist – Alexis Aguirre, Master Teacher, Osborn School District
Panelist – Lezette Mack, Online Math Educator
The 100 Black Men of Phoenix (The 100) is dedicated to improving the quality of life of African Americans within the Phoenix, AZ metro area by enhancing educational and economic opportunities for all. We take an active leadership role in helping minority youth become contributing, competitive and valued members of society.
The “100” believes that Education is one of the core foundations of our mission.
Our programmatic activities include providing support and services that enable our youth to achieve their educational goals.
To facilitate their intellectual growth and development, the “100” is active in monitoring educational policy, trends and their impact on our students.
The organization engages local, regional, and national leaders and officials who impact educational policies and practices, in addition to providing forums that address educational needs of our youth and those of the broader community.
Future Stars’ 6th annual Hands On STEM Fair will be conducted VIRTUALLY and will take place on April 24th from 10 AM to 2 PM via Zoom. This year, Future Stars is offering four different STEM activities; your student(s) can choose to participate in two of their favorite activities.
Based on the popularity of previous STEM fairs, Future Stars encourages you to ACT FAST as this event will likely sell out.
Registration closes on April 1st for students who live outside of Maricopa County. Registration closes on April 10th for students who live within Maricopa County.
This year’s virtual fair is being offered to ONLY 100 students.
The supplies will be provided after registration.