Public Schools and Pandemic: What’s Next for K-12 Education in Arizona?
Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2021 • Discussion: 8-9 AM

Within a year, Arizona’s public schools transitioned more than 1 million students to remote learning and back to in-person education, a gargantuan task complicated by gaps in funding and equipment, and a virus that hammered communities hard. How did public schools respond to the challenge? What innovations have they adopted? Which ones are permanent? What is the plan to address learning loss in the upcoming school year? And how does addressing poverty plays into all this? Send in your questions! Tune in – it’s free to attend!


Cindy Segotta-Jones
Glendale Elementary School District

Dr. Craig L. Gilbert
Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education
Chandler Unified School District

Dr. Matthew Strom
Associate Superintendent of Business and Operations
Queen Creek Unified School District

LDr. Andi Fourlis
Mesa Public Schools

For information, call Lisa Simpson at 602.889.7125 or email lsimpson@azcapitoltimes.com
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