What’s Next? Identifying & Advancing Initiatives to Accelerate Learning Recovery

Council of Large Public Housing Authorities
Chicago, Illinois
Tuesday, November 1, 2022 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Since the first months of the pandemic, the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading has been taking a proactive position, calling on partners in our Network and beyond to work to slow, stop and reverse learning loss. This fall, we are lifting up a growing number of forward-looking national initiatives that are tightly focused on our shared goal of accelerating equitable learning recovery, including the National Partnership for Student Success and Engage Every Student. Now we will hear from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) — the preeminent research wing of the Department of Education — about the NAEP results and what they mean, and about the evidence-backed approaches to invest effectively in the kind of learning recovery we all want to see. 

Please join us on November 1, from 3–4:30 p.m. ET, as I moderate a conversation exploring initiatives led by IES — LEARN Network and XPRIZE competition — and how their work can help meet this challenge. Mark Schneider of IES will share how they are responding to the crisis of learning loss and mobilizing the education field to translate research into effective practice that supports children’s learning and development. He will be joined by Rebecca Griffiths from SRI, who will introduce us to the LEARN Network — Leveraging Evidence to Accelerate Recovery Nationwide — as well as a jury panelist for the latest XPRIZE competition, who will talk about its efforts to accelerate the translation of science into action on the ground. We will also hear from Deborah Peart, founder of My Mathematical Mind, offering her expertise and ideas on the integration of early literacy and numeracy as a foundation for early school success.  

Campaign for Grade Level Reading
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