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High-Quality Curriculum: Suddenly the Essential Distance Learning Tool

The Evolution and Current State of Knowledge-Building Curriculum and Instruction
Wed., September 23, 2020, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Why are districts flocking to new curricula this fall? Panelists will discuss the ways that curriculum has been an essential support in distance and hybrid learning, enabling time-savings and creative staffing, and reducing the planning burden for teachers. It will also explain the new category of “high-quality” curriculum, the latest evolution in a swiftly-changing market. Please join us as a panel of experts unpack the meaning of “HQIM” and discuss strategy for evaluating curriculum today.

Speakers
Mitch Gelman
President, CEO, WCN
Donna Goldstein
ELA Specialist/CURATE Team, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Nakia Hardy
Chief Academic Officer, Guilford County Schools
Scott Langford
Assistant Director of Schools for Instruction, Sumner County Schools
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Karen Vaites
Founder, Eduvaites

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