What will schools look like in the “distant” future? What can be done to engage parents in student learning? How can we address the social-emotional needs of students?
Be part of the discussion and help redefine the future of public education by attending the December 2nd virtual community symposium.
Wednesday, December 2
4:00 to 6:00pm
Education, like many other professions, is at a critical crossroads in our country due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Join other educators, community stakeholders, and policymakers to deliberate and plan the future of public education and the path back to normal in a “post-pandemic” world.
Sara A. Sneed, President and CEO of the NEA Foundation, will lead this timely discussion before attendees break out into groups to discuss specific topics about education and the community. Click here to learn more about the breakout groups.
Everyone is welcome to join, including educators, parents, students, members of the business community, faith-based organizations, foundations, and higher education.
Click here for more information and to register for the event.
This free event is presented by the Bridgeport Public Education Fund and CEA.