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NWAIS Conferences, Workshops and Events




Envisioning The Future - Exploring Post-Covid Education and Schools - Part 3

Date: Monday - May 10, 2021
Time: 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Location: Free, Three-Part, Virtual Work Session
3:30-4:30 PST - Free, Three-Part, Virtual Work Session

 

 

Envisioning The Future:

Exploring Post-Covid Education and Schools

 

Part 3: Ideas and Opportunities

 

Part 1: March 3 - RSVP

Part 2: March 19 - RSVP  

Part 3: May 10 - RSVP 


*Free* Working Group To Gather and Explore The Future with Your NWAIS Colleagues


 

Series Description
Some say the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent shift in the way we think about and deliver education has highlighted all that is wrong with education. At the same time, others say it has reaffirmed much of what is right about independent schools.
As our society works on getting kids back in schools and "returning to normal," education leaders must dig deeper and ask the right questions or risk losing the invaluable lessons we have learned over the past ten months.
Envisioning the Future: Exploring Post-COVID Education & School is a working group designed to help you zero in on the key implications and responses to the lessons we've collectively learned.
 
Session Overview 
Session Three

Participants will engage in a rapid-design exercise focused on one of the topics from the first session that will be shared with the group.

 

Who Should Attend
This working group is designed for school leaders and decision-makers, trustees, as well as DEI practitioners and department chairs.

 

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