Next Wednesday, the Washington State Wire be hosting its fourth virtual conversation event since it kicked off its “Virtual Conversations” series on Juneteenth.
This discussion will center around what to expect as schools re-open this fall. The panelists will explore the logistics of going back to school, and the implications for equity in education, for student health, and for education in Washington State.
This conversation on schools, reopening and equity in education is as timely as ever.
The Auburn School District announced yesterday that the district will begin the 2020-21 school year with a full distance learning model. Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau will be joining us next Wednesday along with two other leaders to discuss this issue in depth.
Panel: Going Back to School: COVID and Education Equity
Washington State Wire Virtual Conversations
When: 4:30 am – 5:30 PM PST
Wednesday July 29th, 2020
With: Denise Juneau, Superintendent, Seattle Public Schools
Sofia Voz: National Director of Staff & Learning Practice, City Year
Lesley Hernandez: City Year AmeriCorps Member and Team Leader, Concord International Elementary School
This conversation is free to participate. You’ll be able to engage in the discussion with us by asking questions of our panel members during the session.
The above is an aggregated announcement from the Washington State Wire. The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified its contents.