Many Hmong Related Educational Materials and Opportunities are
Provided by UW-Extension
Hmong Educational Resources
Working Together, Understanding the Hmong Culture
A one-day conference offered by the Cooperative Extension, will be conducted in Milwaukee, WI on September 23, 2010. The program is designed to deepen educators’ understanding of Hmong culture and experience in America and build capacity to offer effective education to Hmong individuals. Extension educators are encouraged to invite agency and community partners, especially Hmong partners to attend with them. Please follow these links for a conference flier and registration form:
Conference Flier (1 page, 196 KB)
Conference Registration Form ( pages, 182 KB)- Please fill out form and return to:
Milwaukee County Cooperative Extension
9501 West Watertown Plank Road, Building A
Wauwatosa, WI 53226-3552
Welcome to the University of Wisconsin - Extension's Division of
Cooperative Extension's Hmong Educational Resources website.
The purpose of this site is to provide educational resources for
Hmong individuals and families, those agencies and organizations
working with the Hmong population, and Cooperative Extension colleagues
providing educational programs for the Hmong in Wisconsin. The sections
of this website were determined by a statewide needs assessment of
Wisconsin's Hmong population. With funding from a UW-Extension Cross Divisional Grant, a statewide Hmong Educational Needs Assessment was conducted through a focus group process held January through March 2002. Focus groups were conducted in the ten of the 11 counties in the state with the largest Hmong populations. The participants totaled 384. The purpose of the assessment was to determine the educational needs of an important segment of the Wisconsin population, the Hmong, and how UW-Extension through its divisions can better serve that population.
Read more about it...
Please explore the various links and resources on the following
pages. If you have information to share about Hmong educational programs,
please e-mail JoAnn Hinz at firstname.lastname@example.org.