What can we learn from California school districts’ early response to COVID-19?
Find out during this on-demand webinar, presented by Pivot Learning and Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE). To aid in both local and state decision-making, Pivot Learning and PACE have been documenting promising practices at school districts in California. In this webinar, we’ll highlight how two districts, Pajaro Valley Unified and Mother Lode Union, initially addressed students’ immediate needs following school closures and how they are approaching strategic planning for the months ahead.
You will hear from:
- Two district superintendents about how they planned their early response, what they will prioritize in their summer planning, and how they will begin to tackle the work that lies ahead in the 2020-21 school year
- Speakers from the county level about how county and state agencies can best collaborate with school districts in the upcoming months
- Pivot Learning researchers about the findings from our research briefs about these two districts
Watch the webinar to hear a discussion about the challenges and the early problem-solving that we have seen at the local level in the early stages of COVID-19 response.
“ The most important thing for me
is to develop processes, procedures, and policies
with an equity lens in mind. ”
– Superintendent Michelle Rodriguez
- Nadya Chinoy Dabby, Chief Growth Officer, Pivot Learning
- Dr. Marcy Guthrie, Superintendent, Mother Lode Union School District
- Priyanka Kaura, Senior Research Associate, Pivot Learning
- Dr. Ed Manansala, Superintendent, El Dorado County Office of Education
- Hannah Melnicoe, Senior Program Manager, Pivot Learning
- Dr. Michelle Rodriguez, Superintendent, Pajaro Valley Unified School District
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