The impacts of the pandemic require both immediate and long-term strategies for engaging students and families in learning. This session will provide a snapshot of the current moment in education, the importance of engagement to school and student success, and offer insights into promising approaches across districts to not only engage students in their learning but to create lasting equitable conditions for their success.
Dan Domenech, Executive Director, AASA
Rey Saldaña, President and CEO, Communities In Schools
David Osher, Vice President and Institute Fellow, American Institute for Research
Michael McCormick, Superintendent, Val Verde Unified (Calif.)
Roberto Padilla, Superintendent, Newburgh Enlarged City School District (N.Y.)
Shaunna Finley, School Board Member and Principal of External Professional Development, CIS