Reversing Course: Promising Strategies to Address Unfinished Learning
- 6:00 pm on Tuesday, August 17, 2021
- 7:30 pm on Tuesday, August 17, 2021
As we end the second academic year impacted by COVID-19, we are still grappling with questions about how to best move forward, accelerate learning, and support students' social and emotional health. Thanks to unprecedented investment and an influx of resources, school systems across the country are using the summer months to assess learning, build community, deepen social and emotional supports, and target services to the most vulnerable youth.
This webinar is the second in a series of conversations about the continuing impact of the pandemic on learning. During this discussion, we’ll take the pulse of learning in real-time and explore some of the tough questions: What key programs are working? What can we learn from districts, program providers, and key stakeholders? What changes do we need to make? Join us for the discussion.
Susanna Loeb, Director, Annenberg Institute at Brown University, Professor of Education, and Professor of International and Public Affairs
Meisha Ross Porter, Chancellor, New York City Public Schools
Bethany M. Allen, Director of Equitable Pathways, Boston Public Schools
Emma Dorn, McKinsey & Company
Brandon Cardet-Hernandez, Executive Director, Ivy Street School
Hosted By Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development and Ivy Street School