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Sacramento County Office of Education hosts crisis workshop

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Posted: Friday, January 11, 2013 12:00 am

To assist local schools and districts in reviewing and refining plans for responding effectively in a crisis, the Sacramento County Office of Education hosted a Refresher Crisis Response Plan Workshop earlier this week. The goal of the workshop was to help districts "tune up" their crisis response strategies and interventions to reflect current best practices.

Workshop participants reviewed effective strategies for developing a crisis response plan and working with first responders. Experts also reviewed best practices for helping students, families and staff in the event of an incident.

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  • William Dawes posted at 11:07 am on Sun, Jan 13, 2013.

    William Dawes Posts: 116

    Socialist progressives have been in control of California's education for the last 2 decades, and took us from the top 5 to the bottom 3 in the nation. They have clearly established themselves as not being able to solve the state's problems, yet more get elected, and we get deeper into the pit of despair. Might as well change the name of the state from the Golden State to the Socialist Progressive State of Chaos.

     
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