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Tue, Jul 14 - 2:30 pm - 1 hr

Going Back to School in the Midst of COVID-19 – A deep dive on strategies designed to keep kids and staff safe
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Webinar Details

Category: Education, COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the public education sector upside-down. Schools are reopening all over the world. As metro Atlanta looks to safely reopen schools this year, many questions abound. This webinar is a dialogue that will cover ‘back to school’ approaches and obstacles for our region’s education systems:

  • How are public school systems planning for their reopening, or not?
  • What are the various strategies being used around the region and around the country?
  • How will public colleges and universities get back to “normal,” or will they?
  • How does one of the state’s leading colleges of education prepare its students for teaching in unpredictable, turbulent times?
  • What can parents, students, and the community do to better support our education system now and in the future?


Tue, July 14, 2020
2:30-3:30 PM

1 hr

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Speakers and Moderator
Dr. Morcease Beasley

Morcease Beasley, EdDSuperintendent, Clayton County Public Schools

Dr. Pamela Whitten

Pamela Whitten, PhDPresident, Kennesaw State University

Kennith Zeff

Kenneth Zeff, EdDExecutive Director, Learn4Life

Dr. Malika Reed Wilkins

Malika Wilkins, PhD (Moderator)Director, ARC’s Center for Strategic Relations

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