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Back-to-school Spotlights: ESSER Spending and Evaluation Brightspots - Shared screen with speaker view
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Phyllis Jordan
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You can find FutureEd's research here: https://www.future-ed.org/6-ways-to-breakdown-how-districts-are-spending-federal-covid-aid/
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You can find more details about this analysis here: https://crpe.org/think-forward-new-england/
Heidi Sipe
55:39
@Chris, I can only speak for us; however, the shortage of qualified candidates is profound. Instead of hiring staff, we've supported students and families by covering their out of pocket expenses for co-pays/deductibles, etc. (or full visits if they do not have coverage/insurance) for mental health providers in the community. This allows us to access virtual supports as well. It's also been incredibly inexpensive and something we'll support post-recovery funds as well.
Heidi Sipe
01:05:53
@Peggy, again only a local context; however, summer school and after-school programming combined with graduation support staff has been essential for us to maintain graduation success for students.
Phyllis Jordan
01:11:29
Some districts are spending on intensive programs providing flexible schedules for older students at risk of dropping out. Some got jobs during the pandemic and don't see a reason to come back to school. Work/study programs with employers can help.
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01:11:43
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Jeni Corn, NCDPI
01:12:43
@peggy - one of the priority research areas for our new studies is the impact of the pandemic on postsec pathways of our students to help identify interventions and supports that work.
Jeni Corn, NCDPI
01:14:07
https://bi.nc.gov/t/DPI-FinancialBusinessServices/views/COVID-19AllotmentExpendituresandDetailedExpenditures/Story1?%3Aembed=y&%3AisGuestRedirectFromVizportal=y&%3Aorigin=card_share_link
Jeni Corn, NCDPI
01:27:16
@Terra - we will be using all sorts of available data including our standardized test scores and all data included in our administrative data for students and educators. We've got 4 large regional qualitative studies going on and will be awarding 20 or so new studies. Most of those are mixed methods so could include qualitative data, surveys, and administrative data.
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