Apr 27 2022

From Recovery to Thriving: How the American Rescue Plan is Supporting America’s Students

U.S Department of Education

Virtual

The U.S Department of Education, in partnership with the National Public Education Support Fund, will bring together education leaders, advocates and philanthropic partners to discuss how to help students and schools recover from the pandemic. The opening panel and learning sessions will create opportunities to support school districts and states in utilizing their federal funds to deepen and scale strategies to address learning recovery, mental health support and labor shortages beyond the three years of ARP funding so students can recover and thrive in the future. 

We invite you to join us in learning how ARP funds are being utilized and walk away with new ideas and strategies, focused on helping ensure that our nation’s students are thriving and successful. 

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