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Condition of Education 2022 Release Event
Hosted by: The Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy

The past two years have challenged, taxed, and changed our education system like never before. And while students might be back in the classroom this year, schools and communities are still coping with the realities of COVID-19. We can't return to the status quo and ignore the massive inequities unearthed and exacerbated by the pandemic. Our young people deserve better and our teachers require support to meet their students' needs. So what does the future hold for Massachusetts schools?

Join us on January 26 for a critical discussion on the future of teaching and learning with all three state education commissioners and the Massachusetts Secretary of Education.

We’ll share the latest data on progress in student achievement, whole child support, and equity in schools. And we’ll release our 2022 action guide that looks at how our education system can support teachers in navigating this crisis, adapting to the changing times, and providing culturally responsive, innovative, and engaging learning experiences for years to come.

Jan 26, 2022 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Commissioner Samantha Aigner-Treworgy
@Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care
Commissioner Jeffrey C. Riley
@Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Commissioner Carlos E. Santiago, Ph.D.
@Massachusetts Department of Higher Education
Secretary James A. Peyser
@Massachusetts Executive Office of Education
Chad d'Entremont, Ph.D.
Executive Director @Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy