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Planning for Changing Scenarios: School-Community Partnerships to Foster Resilience
The 2021-2022 school year is already presenting unique challenges for public education. Districts must provide equitable learning opportunities and maintain continuity of learning through incredible disruptions.

To help districts navigate this shifting landscape, the Office of Educational Technology (OET) at the United States Department of Education, with support from Digital Promise, is hosting a webinar series to identify and share promising practices for effectively addressing different teaching and learning contexts.

Strong, authentic school-community partnerships play an essential role in successful and resilient schools. Reciprocal community collaboration can lead to expanded opportunities for learners, increased engagement between districts and community agencies, and shared responsibility among diverse stakeholders for ensuring student outcomes. In this webinar, panelists will discuss how school districts have identified and worked with community partners to support learners and their families during the ongoing pandemic, particularly to address connectivity, digital equity, and the Digital Learning Gap.

Oct 27, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Chris Rush
Senior Advisor to the Secretary for Innovation and Technology @U.S. Department of Education
Dr. Scott Muri
Superintendent @Ector County Independent School District
Marlon Styles
Superintendent @Middletown City School District
Dr. Nicol Turner Lee
Senior Fellow in Governance Studies, Director @the Center for Technology Innovation at The Brookings Institution