A Professional learning community for Educators in Alternative and At-Risk Programs

The Alternative Education Roundtable is a professional learning community for educators interested in
Alternative Education.  With a focus on collaborative learning, support, and replication of best practices, this Roundtable offers a series of nine monthly sessions during the 2017-2018 school year. Personnel in alternative programs often feel isolated and underappreciated, and without adequate direction from either state or federal education departments. The Alternative Education Roundtable exists to provide a unified voice, an arm of support, and a collaborative direction to educational professionals who work with many of a school district's most challenging students.




Gregg continues with his nearly forty year career working exclusively for at-risk students. He has published education articles on at-risk students and alternative education programs in The English Journal, The Times Union, Education Week, The Orange County Register, SAANYS Magazine, and The Youth At-Risk Resource Guide.  An English teacher, Gregg has served as Director for an alternative education program, consulted on program design for several schools, worked as an Assistant Principal, and served as a Chairperson for Code of Conduct Committees.


Session Dates:


Session I: November 9, 2017

Session II: December 7, 2017

Session III: January 11, 2018

Session IV: February 15, 2018

Session V: March 8, 2018

Session VI: April 12, 2018

Session VII: May 17, 2018

Session VIII: June 7, 2018



Each session will run as follows:

2:45 pm - 4:45 pm - Networking/

Only $179 for all 8 sessions!

***Participants will receive 12 hours of CTLE credit***



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Rensselaer, NY 12144

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