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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
Moderator
Karen Vaites
Founder, Eduvaites

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