NDTAC's third Webinar, Collaboration and Developing State Plans for Neglected and Delinquent Education, took place February 17, 2005. Dr. Barry Krisberg of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency; Dr. David Osher of the Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice; and Dr. James Keeley, State Field Director for Correctional Education at the Maryland Department of Education discussed the critical need for collaboration among state agencies involved in educating neglected and delinquent youth. They reviewed crucial partnerships necessary for implementing effective ND programming and outlined strategies for forging collaborative connections.
You may download the speakers' Powerpoint presentations from this Webinar by clicking on the links below:
- Barry Krisberg, PhD, National Council on Crime and Delinquency [Download Dr. Krisber's presentation]
- David Osher, PhD, Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice [Download Dr. Osher's presentation]
- James Keeley, EhD, State Field Director for Correctional Education of the Maryland Department of Education [Download Dr. Keeley's presentation]