NCSS Legislative Update Webinar


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07/14/2010 10:30 am
America/New York

Join us for our "Legislative Update" webinar.

Between 10:30-12:00 PM EDT Della Cronin of Washington Partners and NCSS staff members will provide an overview of what is going on at the federal level regarding ESEA reauthorization, as well as any other efforts relevant to social studies education.

  • To join the webinar follow the directions below. Please note the Elluminate meeting room that we will be using to host the webinar requires Sun's Java Web Start to be installed on your computer. If you do not have Java Web Start, you will be provided with instructions on how to install it prior to joining the session. Your browser security settings may block this site from downloading files to your computer. If so, you will need to accept the download of these files. The installation process takes only a few minutes. So please take this into account and be prepared to sign in 15-20 minutes ahead of time.

How to join the Webinar:
* Click on the following link: http://www.elluminate.com/trial/p.go?pk=d3LL9PUTcfcz3eM1
* Enter your full name in the space provided and click the button that says "Meet now with Elluminate Live."
A security box will pop-up stating that the application was signed by Elluminate Inc., but that Java cannot verify the authenticity of the signature's certificate. It will then ask if you trust this certificate? Please click trust and allow "Sun's Java Web Start" to be downloaded on your computer. Once successfully downloaded you will automatically be granted access to the webinar.
* Please wait to hear further instructions from NCSS.

If you know of anyone who would like to attend please send their name and email address to kpekarek@ncss.org .

Location

Online MD
United States
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NCSS Legislative Update.ppt56 KB
LEGIS-9 Steps for setting up home visits.doc65.5 KB
LEGIS-NCSS Home Office mtg request sample.doc19.5 KB
LEGIS-RM-Congressional Visit tlkg pnts.pdf162.73 KB
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