Arlington Child and Family Services
Visit www.arlingtonfamilies.com for updated class and workshop information, as well as links to a variety of resources to answer your parenting questions, and activities for kids of all ages–from infant to teen!
Arlington Public Schools Special Education Parent Resource Center (PRC)
The PRC’s purpose is to provide parents of children with disabilities the support and information they need as they work with the school system to identify and meet their child’s unique learning needs. The PRC offers support and assistance, a lending library, a parent newsletter, parent training workshops, and serves as an information and referral source for families and staff members. To speak with someone at the center, call 703-228-7239. https://www.apsva.us/special-education/parent-resource-center/
Since 2004, Challenging Racism has been holding yearlong workshops to teach people in Arlington, Virginia about issues surrounding race.
A college and career planning tool for middle and high school students.
IMDiversity.com was conceived by THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine, which has provided African-American college students with valuable information on career and job opportunities since 1970. IMDiversity.com is dedicated to providing career and self-development information to all minorities, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and women. The goal of IMDiversity.com is to provide you with access to the largest database of equal opportunity employers committed to workplace diversity.
Learning Point Associates, a nonprofit educational organization, empowers educators to transform student learning by equipping them with research-based strategies and services that are user friendly, cost effective, and responsive to the unique needs of the field.
Resources for parents, students and educators on issues related to equity in education.
To improve the lives of children, The Schott Foundation for Public Education brings together leaders, experts and community members to provide solutions to statewide problems. The Schott Foundation’s mission is to develop and strengthen the movement for equity in public and early education.
Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG) is dedicated to fostering environments in which gifted adults and children, in all their diversity, understand and accept themselves and are understood, valued, nurtured, and supported by their families, schools, workplaces and communities.
Resources for parents, students, and educators.