May 19 2022

Reconsidering School Choice in the Wake of COVID-19

The Hunt Institute

Virtual

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a range of unprecedented monumental shifts to K-12 learning and instruction, including a significant increase in parent and family involvement in their child’s education. One result of this new engagement and awareness is renewed attention on school choice policies and the options families have to customize the education their child receives. Join The Hunt Institute for a discussion of how perceptions and policies around school choice have shifted as a result of the pandemic, the short and long-term impacts of these shifts on education at-large, and how educators and policymakers at the state, district, and school levels can provide all parents and families with access to the information, resources, and supports needed to ensure their children are receiving a high-quality education that meets their needs.

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