University of California, Santa Cruz, researcher Lora Bartlett and her colleagues spent months studying how the pandemic affected classroom teachers. We will discuss the takeaways from her research not only for teachers, but also for school and district leaders. Joining Bartlett will be middle school social studies teacher Justine Springborn from New York state and superintendent Chaunté Garrett from North Carolina. Together with Peter DeWitt, they will explore Bartlett’s research on the pandemic experiences of teachers. And how school and district leaders can support their educators during this still complicated and uncertain time.
Read Lora Bartlett’s recent series: What We Learned About Teachers During the Pandemic
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