As schools share best practices, equity can emerge from the pandemic
Our public schools are not where they were at the start of the last school year. Pressed by the pandemic, school systems and learners got new abilities at a quick pace.
This is the lesson of our current white paper, “Launching Forward: Leveraging Pandemic Innovations to Advance School Systems.” In our research, we looked across U.S. school systems and discovered that through the challenge has come considerable growth. We didnt want those lessons found out and developments made to be lost; we didnt desire the difficulty to be for naught.
Another academic year is underway, and a lot of you might be feeling a frustrating sense of familiarity. Pandemic preparedness, mask requireds, quarantines– its starting to sound a lot like where we were last fall. However, fortunately, its not.
Beth Rabbitt, Ed.L.D., CEO, The Learning AcceleratorBeth Rabbitt, Ed.L.D., is CEO of The Learning Accelerator, a national not-for-profit that connects instructors and leaders with the understanding, tools, and networks they require to guarantee every child reaches their complete and special capacity.
Another school year is underway, and many of you might be feeling a frustrating sense of déjà vu. Our public schools are not where they were at the start of the last school year. Pressed by the pandemic, school systems and learners acquired new skills at a quick pace.
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We gathered the stories and surfaced developments. We spoke with the professionals. From that work, we determined patterns across systems and schools, and we gathered those concepts to use K-12 education leaders concrete actions in a broader Hop, Skip, Leapfrog toolkit for advancing excellence and equity for all trainees progressing.