FREE WEBINAR: SUPERINTENDENTS SHARE STRATEGIES
MARCH 24, 2020 | 1:00 – 2:00 P.M. ET (GMT -5)
COVID-19, which has shuttered schools and after-school programs, has further isolated millions of students, elderly and low-income Americans who lack computers and broadband access. The STEM Learning Ecosystem, as a Community of Practice of cross-sector leaders in 89 ecosystems worldwide, are continuing to dialogue with the end goal of developing a series of actions, including state and federal lobbying.
Three superintendents from across the U.S. will share their experiences, frustrations and hopes as they are supporting teachers, students and the community during the COVIC-19 pandemic.
San Antonio Independent School District has the nation’s highest segregated school district in terms of wealthy and poor. Superintendent Pedro Martinez will share details about coordination of more than 5,000 meals and their upcoming distribution of 30,000 Chromebooks to students throughout the community. Next on the agenda is trying to secure hotspots and internet for the thousands of children in his district who live in homes with no broadband.
Additional speakers include superintendents Brian Brotschul, Delran Township School District in New Jersey and Patti LaBarm, Watertown City School District of New York.
Register for this free webinar here: (https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3089098115111530253)
This free webinar is part of [email protected]™, a new series of free online tools, webinars and workshops developed by STEM Learning EcosystemsSM, a Community of Practice of cross-sector leaders in 89 ecosystems worldwide. [email protected] is intended to help families maintain learning for their children while school and out-of-school activities are suspended.
Recording of this and other free webinars will be posted at [email protected]’s Resource Page: https://stemecosystems.org/stem-resource-webinars/Posted on