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2020 AASA Legislative Advocacy Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
AASA Team
31:37
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AASA Team
32:13
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AASA Team
32:43
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Elleka Yost
48:26
The cost analysis is available at https://asbointl.org/ReopenSchools
Elleka Yost
01:27:18
Talking points https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L5ZKdJwV27w4Y5Lo-OWoIjravpuiRn-ZPXAgt7Odj5Q/edit
Elleka Yost
01:29:55
Wonderful to hear, we're glad it is helpful!
Chris Gaines
02:16:09
All of the above...plus the notion that it could take a generation of students to recover.
AASA Team
02:41:08
The summer edition of the AASA Journal of Scholarship & Practice is all about time: https://aasa.org/jsp.aspx
Michael Petrilli
02:46:34
Here's the Washington Post article I mentioned (that everyone hated!) https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/04/06/schools-should-consider-keeping-kids-same-grade-this-fall/
Michael Petrilli
02:47:33
And here's a Bloomberg article on the "Half Time High School" idea: https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-05-09/half-time-high-school-may-be-all-that-students-need
Paul Reville
03:06:37
Here’s the Ed Week article I mentioned: https://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2020/05/21/schools-are-socially-promoting-students-en-masse.html
Michael Petrilli
03:08:14
All that said, I do support a major federal aid package for schools: Four reasons Republicans should support aid for state and local governments https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/four-reasons-republicans-should-support-aid-state-and-local-governments