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Thinking Ahead to Summer and Fall
Join our conversation about the challenges educators will face this summer and fall as schools reopen, and how to address them.
Educators around the country have been deep in conversation about the effects of Covid-19 and school closures, and about what to expect as schools reopen. Although it’s not easy to look ahead in the midst of uncertainty, the right practices, proper planning, and attention to detail can help school leaders plan for the future and even create something trailblazing. What’s a good place to start? In conversation with XQ’s Meg Stephens, MIT professor Justin Reich helps school leaders answer that question.
Justin ReichDirector, MIT Teaching Systems LabJustin Reich is an education researcher on the future of learning in a networked world. He is director of the MIT Teaching Systems Lab, which investigates the complex, technology-rich classrooms of the future and the systems we need to help educators thrive in those settings.
Meg StephensXQ InstituteMeg Stephens is a member of the State and Local Partnerships team at XQ Institute.
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In an interview published by the Center for Public Integrity, Justin talks about the potential impact on the achievement gap of inequitable access to technology.On May 14, 2020 at 4:12 am by Meg Stephens
What’s your biggest concern about reopening school?