Leaders Discuss Reentering Schools
Leading continuous improvement through COVID-19 and preparing for reentry into schools for educators and students
As so many have observed, the Coronavirus pandemic has presented challenges—and opportunities. School superintendents across the country are among those displaying remarkable resourcefulness and dedication in the face of the challenges. We’re privileged to offer an opportunity for several of these education leaders to share their insights on reimagining education and preparing for re-entry into school in the 2020–2021 school year.
To give voice to a range of input, Cognia moderated and recorded two panel discussions. Participants include a state superintendent, several district superintendents, and the leader of an educational innovation organization. The discussions were moderated by Barbara-Jane Paris, Ph.D., Director, Professional Learning at Cognia and Lisa Stone, Ed.D., Senior Vice President of Improvement Services for Cognia.
Tune in to one or both recordings to hear how these leaders supported their teams remotely during the last few months of the school year, and what they are doing now to reimagine education in the coming school year.
We learned a lot from these experts, and hope that you, too, will find these discussions valuable. Fill out the form for immediate access to the webinar recordings.