Parents, students and teachers are looking for guidance on whether it’s safe to reopen schools this fall. With the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changing the way that many institutions are operating, school districts have been forced to quickly develop creative alternatives to traditional approaches to educating our children.
“Learning Curve: Navigating Education Access in a Pandemic” will provide insight from educational experts, medical professionals and policymakers about how America’s schools can move forward — and how parents can support their kids and keep them safe.
Join us for this compelling conversation on Thursday, September 3 at 12:30 p.m. EDT.
RSVP now to reserve your spot.
Here’s a look at our panelists:
Daniel Domenech is executive director of AASA, the School Superintendents Association. He has more than 36 years of experience in public education, including 27 years as a school superintendent.
Congressman Mark Walker (R- N.C.) is vice chairman of the House Republican Conference and a member of the House Committee on Education and Labor. He was a pastor for 16 years before deciding to run for a congressional seat in North Carolina.
Congressman Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) is the chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee. He has served in the House of Representatives since 1993 and was only the second African American elected to Congress in Virginia’s history.
Laurie Combe is president of the National Association of School Nurses. For 25 years she served as a school nurse on intermediate and high school campuses in a school district in Texas.
José Luis Vilson is a math educator for a middle school in the Inwood / Washington Heights neighborhood of New York, NY. He’s a committed writer, activist, web designer, and father.
Moderator: Francesca Chambers
White House Correspondent, McClatchy