As schools consider what it means to re-open, they will be faced with a multitude of challenges. How do they assess students and determine how much learning they have gained or lost? How do schools assign students to grades and classes? How do they create a plan to address the gaps that may have widened, and use the coming year to narrow them? How do they plan ahead for possible interruptions and re-starts to the 2020-21 school year due to COVID-19 outbreaks? These questions are daunting, but attempting to answer them without considering the role and input of parents is a recipe for failure. As a nonprofit that supports parents to ensure their children are on track for academic success, EdNavigator will talk about what they are hearing on the ground from parents, and how we can best meet their needs. This webinar is one in a series presented by Catalyst @ Penn GSE featuring winners of the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize for Education. Together, Catalyst and the McGraw Prize are advancing innovation in education through a growing array of programming.
Welcome to our past recordings for ECEL.
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