Many schools have started the school year with a virtual or hybrid learning environment. How has this change in environment impacted the way educators are approaching work with students? In this interactive panel, hear from leading educators on how they are navigating this new reality to provide support to students and empower them during the college application process. You’ll learn practical ways to empower students, personalize support, and de-stress the experience—improving student outcomes and educator effectiveness.
Ophelia King, Manager II, School Counseling at Milwaukee Public Schools
Anthony Cook, District Coordinator of College and Career Counseling at Osceola County School District
Ronda Swanigan, College Access Counselor Lead at Grand Prairie ISD
Filza Naveed, Content Marketing Manager, Xello
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