The pandemic has wreaked havoc on K-12 education. Here is how we can transform the damage into real, positive, equitable change.
By Karen Garibay-Mulattieri, Senior Educational Advisor, and Noreen Sugrue, Director of Research
Too many discussions around public policy and resource-allocation in the wake of COVID have centered around a “return to normal.” Rather than trying to get back to 2019, we must examine what has been exposed, exacerbated, and broken by the pandemic and reimagine how these institutions could be new and improved in 2022 and beyond.
Nowhere is the challenge of reimagination more pressing than in the... Continue Reading