WEBINAR SERIES: From Pandemic to Progress: Innovations, Interventions, and Lessons from Districts
More than a year into the pandemic, school districts have changed how they do their work. Moving and changing big systems is not easy, but district leaders have pushed forward innovations, created interventions, and learned a lot along the way.
What have we learned? Which of these innovations, interventions, and lessons should be continued in the next school year? What can schools and districts do as we move from pandemic to progress? How can districts effectively and equitably serve the most marginalized students, despite great challenges?
Join Bellwether and school district leaders in a three-part webinar series featuring superintendents in conversation on the lessons, innovations, and interventions districts have implemented that should continue long past the pandemic.
Part 1: Policy and Planning (March 31, 1-1:45 p.m. ET)
- Dr. Adrienne Battle, Director, Metro Nashville Public Schools (TN)
- Dr. Tony Watlington, Superintendent, Rowan-Salisbury Schools (NC)
- Jennifer O’Neal Schiess, Partner, Bellwether Education Partners (moderator)
Register for Part 1 here.
Part 2: Operations and Outreach (April 7, 1-1:45 p.m. ET)
Register for Part 2 here.
Part 3: Academics and Instruction (April 14, 1-1:45 p.m. ET)
Register for Part 3 here.
Closed captioning will be provided for all webinars.
Follow the conversation at #PandemictoProgress — and feel free to share the registration link with any interested colleagues.
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