In education, we talk a lot about how school systems are designed to produce exactly the outcomes they do for students and communities. But what if the nonprofit and ed tech sectors are part of the problem? What if how we work, alone and together, is designed to produce exactly the kind of inequitable outcomes we're asking districts and teachers to address? In this candid session, we'll talk about the ways the K-12 support sector is contributing to inequity for learners, and we'll explore ways to change how we work, scale, and measure our impact to change that.
- Have a candid conversation about what’s working, and what’s not, about how the nonprofit and ed tech sectors are supporting the transformation of K-12
- Explore ideas for how nonprofit/edtech can better share information and resources, measure impact, and work collaboratively to drive change for kids
- Contribute to a developing action agenda for the K-12 support sector
- Beth Rabbitt, Chief Executive Officer, The Learning Accelerator
- Leona Christy, CEO/Founder, Catalyst:Ed
Beth Rabbitt, Chief Executive Officer, The Learning Accelerator
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