Estimated Time to Complete: 15 minutes
Equity issues were more apparent as a result of the pandemic. These issues remain as students transition back to in-person learning. This podcast features two districts that have taken action to address equity issues and student failure related to remote learning. Their work to address student failure and increase student engagement continues as students move back the school buildings.
Part 1 focuses on the national and state perspective, and issues faced educators in Buckeye Local Schools and Trotwood Madison City Schools.
Educators interviewed in this podcast include:
- Rocco Adduci, Curriculum Director, Buckeye Local Schools
- Dr. Reva Cosby, Superintendent, Trotwood-Madison City Schools
- Dr. Brian McNulty, Partner, Creative Leadership Solutions
Links to related articles and a keynote presentation by Dr. Doug Reeves are included with the podcast.
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