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Learn how leading charter schools can adapt to COVID

June 22, 2020                                                                                           


 while providing students with an outstanding college and career readiness experience

Many leading charter schools are increasingly focused on collegiate and career outcomes, investing in programs and staff development to support their graduates not only in making it to college, but also in preparedness for career success. COVID-19 has added a layer of adapting student success strategies in a new reality that requires providing support in remote and hybrid settings and navigating heightened career and post-secondary uncertainty. 

We are excited to present a panel of education leaders who are working to continue graduate success even in the midst of the pandemic, which has disproportionately impacted students from low-income backgrounds. These innovative leaders will highlight how students can be supported on their path to college success both as high school and college students and receive support from both the school and nonprofit level.  

Who: Tessa Kratz, Managing Director of KIPP Through College & Career

Lauren Katz, Senior Director of College Success for Collegiate Academies

          Sari Wilson, Managing Director of Alumni Affairs at IDEA Public Charter Schools

Moderated by Mike Embry, Associate Vice President at Inside Track 

Hosted by Jeanne Allen, Founder and CEO of The Center for Education Reform, @jeanneallen 

What: CER ACTION Series (Ep. 10): Driving Charter School Graduate Success 
 

When: Tuesday, June 23rd, 11:00-12:30PM 
 

How to Register: Register Here to receive link to Zoom invitation

Watch the videos from past sessions of the CER ACTION Series, featuring school leaders, teachers, EdTech innovators, and philanthropists here. Review our Education Report, THE FUTURE OF SCHOOL (5 min read) and visit our extensive database of resources for parents and educators here.

Founded in 1993, the Center for Education Reform aims to expand educational opportunities that lead to improved economic outcomes for all Americans — particularly our youth — ensuring that conditions are ripe for innovation, freedom and flexibility throughout U.S. education.

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