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Pandemic to Prosperity Learning Circle - Shared screen with speaker view
Ben Walton: The People
26:39
Hello, Ben Walton here in Michigan From “The People”
Paul Edmund Brown
26:39
Hey Everyone, Paul Brown with the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland
Sarah Eisele-Dyrli, CTData
27:31
Hi, Sarah Eisele-Dyrli with the Connecticut Data Collaborative
Jillian Youngblood
28:42
Hi All - Jillian Youngblood with Common Ground Solutions in New York
Rodolfo Gutierrez
29:19
Hello. Rodolfo Gutierrez. Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research (HACER), St. Paul, MN.
Corinne Kenny
29:51
Hi all- Corinne Kenny from Kean University, Center for Leadership and Service :) (Union, NJ)
Zoe Reiter
30:59
Hi all, Zoe Reiter, Director of Civic Engagement of the Project On Government Oversight and co-founder of the Anti-Corruption Data Collective
Mary Duffy
31:22
Hi Everyone, Mary Duffy from TechSoup and Caravan Studios looking forward to this Learning Circle session.
Dan Rosenfeld he/him/his
31:49
Hi all! Dan Rosenfeld from NYC Census 2020, Community Outreach Data Analyst
Lorena Molina Irizarry
32:13
Hi all! Lorena Molina-Irizarry, Director of Operations at the Census Open Innovation Labs (COIL) at the U.S. Census Bureau.
Shannell Thomas
32:58
Hello All - Shannell Thomas, from Howard University; Howard Initiative on Public Opinion (HIPO) and Ronald Walter's Leadership and Public Policy Center.
Samyuktha Mahadevan - LWVUS (she/her)
33:34
Hi! Samyuktha Mahadevan with the League of Women Voters US - Organizing.
Wendy-Anne Roberts-Johnson
34:20
Hello, everyone! Wendy-Anne Roberts-Johnson, Executive Director of Need in Deed, an education equity focused, Philadelphia, PA nonprofit that helps 3rd to 8th graders improve academic performance and become more civically engaged.
Sam Novey
34:27
Sign up here if you’re interested in being a part of the NCoC Annual Conference on Citizenship: https://ncoc.org/2020-annual-conference-on-citizenship-plan-for-everything/
Shari Davis - She/They
35:38
HI Everyone - Shari Davis executive Director of the Participatory Budgeting Project (a national non profit committed to advancing equity through empowering community members to decide how public $$ is spent). I live mostly in Oakland California
Denice Ross (she/her)
36:28
Here’s the link to the Covid-19 Local Action Tracker: https://covid19.nlc.org/resources/covid-19-local-action-tracker/
Sam Novey
44:23
cmartin@nlc.org !!!
Zoe Reiter
44:37
Will we get a recording of this presentation>?
John Kilcoyne
44:42
Yes, Zoe!
Zoe Reiter
44:49
Terrific, super helpful
Ellen Szarleta
55:59
Agreed. Very helpful.
Sam Novey
56:13
+1 to the shout out to team census!!! We appreciate you!!
John Kilcoyne
56:22
If you have any questions please feel free to drop them in the chat!
Dan Rosenfeld he/him/his
56:23
Census! Hope everyone here has done it :)
Emily Laackman
59:49
Please find that here: http://chicosol.org/2020/08/13/hispanic-resource-council-launches-covid-outreach-campaign/
Esther Rodriguez
01:00:16
Yes Dan!! And I hope everyone has requested an absentee ballots :)
Dan Rosenfeld he/him/his
01:01:38
Awesome, I promise I requested my absentee ballot!
NaShona Kess
01:07:20
good question
Shari Davis - She/They
01:09:13
I know some folks are using participatory budgeting as a tool to help center equity in recovery
Sam Novey
01:09:44
If you’re doing something great for the recovery in your community feel free to unmute and share!
NaShona Kess
01:09:45
If most students are participating in virtual learning, would
John Kilcoyne
01:10:28
Quick note -- you'll just need to ask to be unmuted if you would like to share!
Cristin Brawner
01:10:34
That’s great to know, Shari! I’d love to see Alabama communities start using participatory budgeting soon.
NaShona Kess
01:10:51
If most students are participating in virtual learning, would that change the date about students falling behind given that most students are learning in the same manner
Shari Davis - She/They
01:10:59
Cristin - I'd love to support that vision
Shari Davis - She/They
01:11:04
shari@participatorybudgeting.org
Shari Davis - She/They
01:11:24
let's talk im a New Orleans girl and my father is from Mobile so I have a lot of love for the south
Esther Rodriguez (she/her/ella)
01:12:27
What does that look like?? You brought your iPad to church and helped people as they left??
Emily Laackman
01:12:30
@NaShona the difficulty is in enabling students to be able to participate in virtual learning. Truancy is currently at high levels because of lack of access to computers and broadband
John Kilcoyne
01:14:11
Here is a link to a Brookings webinar about systemic injustice and broadband access that might shed some light on this as well! https://www.brookings.edu/events/can-we-alleviate-racism-and-systemic-inequality-by-expanding-broadband-during-covid-19/?utm_campaign=Events%3A%20Governance%20Studies&utm_medium=email&utm_content=93249384&utm_source=hs_automation
Shari Davis - She/They
01:14:27
Denice!!! Me too!!! Let's talk about that
Shari Davis - She/They
01:15:21
policy link, advancement project (national), public agenda are places where I tend to look
Sam Novey
01:15:24
Shout out to the NLC action guide: https://www.nlc.org/program-initiative/cities-vote-ensuring-everyone-counts-in-every-election
John Kilcoyne
01:16:37
shari@participatorybudgeting.org
Sam Novey
01:16:57
https://www.datatothepeople.org/
Molly Launceford
01:17:11
Check out https://www.civxnow.org/ our project for advancing high quality civic education throughout the country. Lots of data and research about the importance of civic ed and engaged students and citizens
Shari Davis - She/They
01:17:33
thanks so much molly!!!!
Fehmida (NEBAF)
01:17:41
open source data. thank you!
NaShona Kess
01:18:03
Got it Emily. Understandable. So it’s not the virtual learning itself but the access to items necessary to complete virtual learning.
Cristin Brawner
01:18:38
Good question, Sarah! I was wondering that as well.
Emily Laackman
01:19:22
Absolutely! We’re hopeful for a leveling of the playing field to get all students on track for the school year.
Molly Launceford
01:20:40
@NaShona and @Emily, definitely student accessibility is an issue, but teachers are also lacking professional development opportunities. Virtual teaching is very different pedagogically from teaching in person and there's a lack of resources and preparation for many teachers across the country. This will impact student learning almost as much.
Denice Ross (she/her)
01:21:29
The SEAN COVID-19 Survey email list sends out survey results every week: https://covid-19.parc.us.com/client/index.html#/
Sam Novey
01:21:41
I’m at sam@ncoc.org! Would love to meet you and support you in advancing your projects!
Esther Rodriguez (she/her/ella)
01:21:43
I have to jump on another zoom call….but I look forward to continuing a partnership with UMD and NCOC
John Kilcoyne
01:21:51
Thanks, Esther!
Cooper Martin
01:22:15
"NLC City Fiscal Conditions" was just released 2 weeks ago
Marian Mulkey
01:22:29
Have to leave at the top of the hour -- appreciate the conversation and all the good work being done by NCoC and National League of Cities
Shari Davis - She/They
01:22:29
thanks everyone!!!
Bob Gradeck
01:22:40
Thanks!
Shari Davis - She/They
01:22:55
pro tip - save the CHAT so you have all the links :-)
Cristin Brawner
01:23:01
Thanks!! This was awesome!!
NaShona Kess
01:23:05
@molly thank you I can understand that some educators do not know how to do virtual teaching
Sam Novey
01:23:06
https://ncoc.org/2020-annual-conference-on-citizenship-plan-for-everything/
Fehmida (NEBAF)
01:23:07
thank you!
Lorena Molina Irizarry
01:23:10
Excellent session!
Reba Hoeschler
01:23:15
Really helpful. Thank you!
Shannell Thomas
01:23:20
Thank you!! :-)