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What’s Next? Education Policy in 2021 and Beyond - Shared screen with speaker view
Lexi Barrett
27:21
Here are JFF’s recommendations for the Biden Administration: https://www.jff.org/resources/how-achieve-equitable-economic-recovery-america-blueprint-biden-administration/
Austin Hall
38:38
Hi everybody! Thanks for joining us this morning!Feel free to submit questions for our panelists using the Q&A function at the bottom of your screen.For engagement on the social medias, use #EducationPolicy2021.
Lexi Barrett
01:00:30
@ Ned — I’m hopeful there will be continued and expanded Congressional interest on connecting educational pathways to work!
Sarah Bolton
01:09:46
@Andrew Gall, my gut tells me that there are going to be two major focuses in the early year or two of the Biden Admin - COVID, and racial equity. To the extent something is moving on K12, I have to imagine that would be a big piece of the conversation.
Sarah Bolton
01:14:59
https://nceducationcorps.org/
Sarah Bolton
01:15:21
Happy to answer any questions folks have - sarah.bolton@nc.gov
Lexi Barrett
01:19:54
@Sarah— I think it is definitely challenging. As Sarah Bolton noted, so many districts are keeping their heads above water. But there will be opportunities in places that are doing things differently and potential for learning— but that all depends on sharing and take-up.
Alexis Holmes
01:20:32
NEA policy priorities: https://www.nea.org/resource-library/2020-nea-policy-playbook-congress-and-biden-harris-administration
Sarah Bolton
01:26:31
Thank you, @Sarah Abernathy! SAFRA, CCRA, and HEOA oh my
Sarah Bolton
01:32:13
Great point, @Alexis! That is so important.
Trena Wilkerson
01:35:13
Thank you all for your thoughts and leadership!