Like no education reform effort has been able to do, the COVID-19 crisis has created an unprecedented level of public will for change. The tension between the elements of “doing school” and on meeting the individual learning and growth needs of every student is real.
This culminating session will highlight examples from across North Carolina that explicitly address the problem. This session will not only dig into the pragmatic steps educators used to implement these solutions, but will also discuss the cultural elements that enabled these innovations to thrive. In doing so, the conversation will highlight specific steps other educators can take to adapt similar approaches in their own classrooms, schools, and districts, thus helping bring these innovations to more students across all of North Carolina.
Hosted by Ben Owens and Domnique Stone in collaboration with EdNC.
Registration closes August 13th at 2:45 p.m.