The 2020‒21 school year has begun like no other in the recent history. Millions of students are learning online and the services and supports that schools can offer are limited due to concerns about COVID-19. But learning is happening across the country despite these challenges.
Educators, practitioners and policymakers are invited to join AIR and colleagues from across the country to share stories, challenges, and solutions for serving students and communities this school year.
Attend the next Resources for Recovery: A Conversation on the Education Landscape online event, on October 22, 1-3 p.m. ET. This event will have an interactive format and feature small group conversations around a series of important topics.
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Follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #AIRCOVIDSurvey.
Opening Remarks: Observations on the Education Landscape
- Jeremy Anderson, President, Education Commission of the States
Conversations on the Education Landscape
Small Group Session 1—Topic Specific
- Using data to monitor and inform improvements during COVID
- Discussants: Susan Therriault, AIR; Claus von Zastrow, Education Commission of the States
- English learners
- Discussants: Rebecca Bergey, AIR; Jeff Zwiers, Understanding Language at Stanford University
- Equity in education
- Discussants: Vanessa Coleman, AIR; Michael Bartlett, National League of Cities
- Measuring and mitigating learning loss
- Discussants: Amy Feygin, AIR; Rashida Brown, National Association of County Officials
- Remote and blended learning/virtual instruction
- Discussants: Verna Lalbeharie, AIR; Amanda Winter, National Governors Association
- Student and community well-being
- Students with disabilities
- Discussants: Dia Jackson, AIR
Small Group Session 2—Peer Group Breakouts
The second breakout session will organize participants in role-alike groups and allow an opportunity to discuss challenges and share discoveries with peers who share similar responsibilities.
Due to the format for this event, registration will be capped to ensure groups stay small enough for robust conversations to occur.