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The 2022 NAEP scores show that we need to do more to address achievement gaps, and returning to pre-pandemic methods won’t be enough to solve these problems.

By identifying high-leverage skill gaps and addressing them, we can narrow learning gaps and create positive change for students.

Join us to gain expert insights into how schools can:

  • Effectively build upon existing tutoring infrastructure
  • Build a sustainable model for personalized instruction and intervention
  • Enhance student academic recovery
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Barbara Jenkins
Superintendent Former Superintendent, Orange County Public Schools
Dr. Barbara Jenkins has been dedicated to serving the needs of students for 30 years. She was named superintendent for Orange County Public Schools in 2012. In January 2017, she received a presidential appointment as a director of the National Board of Education Sciences. She serves as chairman of the board for the Council of Great City Schools and is a member of Chiefs for Change and the Florida Council of 100. She is a board member for Educational Testing Service and is past president of the Florida Association of District School Superintendents.
Dwight Jones
Former Superintendent, Denver Public Schools
Dr. Julie Evans
CEO, Project Tomorrow
Anthony Salcito
Chief Institution Business Officer Chief Institution Business Officer, Varsity Tutors
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Michael B. Horn
Author of “From Reopen to Reinvent”; Cofounder of the Clayton Christensen Institute
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