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Out-of-School Time Bimonthly Funder Meetup: April 2022
Join the EdFunders Out-of-School Time Impact Group for an ongoing conversation with Grantmakers for Education members who fund or are interested in funding the out-of-school time sector. April 5: mental health, grieving and loss in young people.
The Future of Education: Rebuilding the Architecture of Teaching and Learning
If the future of preK-12 education is going to be significantly different than the past, we need to replace the current grammar and structure of schooling with approaches that value expanded conceptions of teaching and learning, authentic student engagement, sustainable approaches and human relationships.
Briefing with Gov. Asa Hutchinson on K-12 Computer Science Education
March 22, 3:30 pm ET Governors and education leaders at all levels - together with nonprofit, industry, and philanthropic leaders - have worked together to make unprecedented strides in expanding access to the critical area of computer science education. However, there is more work to be done to ensure all students have the opportunity to participate in rigorous computer science...
Shifting Power in Grantmaking
Join us for an interactive session to hear from members who have been exploring ways to shift power within their grantmaking process including changing application requirements, implementing participatory decision-making processes, and working with different theories of change and definitions of impact.
Understanding the Impact of Grieving and Loss on Young People & Ways to Respond: Out-of-School Time Stakeholder Convening
Join the EdFunders Out-of-School Time Impact Group for an ongoing conversation with funders, practitioners and other stakeholders. Every third Friday, monthly; next program March 18.
The Future of Teaching: Reimagining the Role of Educators in a Post-COVID World
Participants will walk away with new ways to think about educator workforce needs coming out of COVID - grounded in the work of districts and organizations working at the forefront of a new vision for the profession.