How do we quantify the impact of Covid-related learning disruption on North Carolina’s students? Where is help needed the most? What is the way forward?

Join us for a special Shaftesbury Society with Catherine Truitt, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Dr. Jeni Corn, Director of Research and Evaluation at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction as we discuss these questions and more.

Recently, the Office of Learning Recovery and Acceleration released a report to the State Board of Education on Impact of Lost Instructional Time Analysis.

Using these findings, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has sought to better understand learning recovery and acceleration programs that are most needed and highlight those that have best served students.

This special Shaftesbury event will include a short presentation on the report and ​facilitate a discussion about the preliminary results and recommendations for next levels of analysis.

Key findings from the statewide summary report are available here and NCDPI press release is available here.

Panelists:

Catherine Truitt is the State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Dr. Jeni Corn is the new Director of Research and Evaluation for the Office of Learning Recovery and Acceleration at NCDPI.

Bring your lunch and join us for this essential conversation!

Space is limited, so reserve your ticket today!

For those who cannot make it in-person, we will continue to stream Shaftesbury events live on our Facebook and YouTube channels (you do not need to register to view online).