The past 18 months changed the face of education forever, leaving teachers, students, and families to adapt to unprecedented challenges in teaching and learning. As we enter the third school year affected by the pandemic—and a return to the classroom for many—we may be better prepared, but questions remain. How will the last year impact teaching and learning this school year? And moving forward, what does the future of education look like?
With these questions in mind, we worked with Hanover Research to survey educators and parents on technology use and its impact on student learning, factors that influence student engagement, and metrics for student success. The result? Six key trends emerged that parents and educators feel are important to teaching and learning in K-12 education.
Join state, district, and school leaders, for a discussion as they do a deep dive into the survey’s key findings, including:
- Student engagement is a top priority
- Hybrid teaching and learning are here to stay
- Technology is no longer a “nice-to-have.” It’s essential to keeping teachers, students, and parents connected
Our biggest takeaway? Despite all the challenges, everyone is open to new ways to teach and learn.
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