Health and Education Leaders Discuss Reopening our Schools
Video & Resources from “Leading in a Crisis: Reopening our Schools” Virtual Program
On Thursday, August 20, 2020, The New England Council hosted the sixth program it our popular “Leading in a Crisis“ virtual event series. “Leading in a Crisis: Reopening Our Schools” featured a discussion with leading experts in health, education, and child development. The panelist were:
During a virtual discussion moderated by NEC President & CEO Jim Brett, the panelists discussed the factors that must be considered when determining how best to begin the 2020-2021 school year for elementary and secondary schools. The panelists also shared their insights on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on children’s physical and mental health, development, and educational advancement.
During the discussion, the panelists references a number of relevant resources that their organizations have made available to parents, students, and educators. We are pleased to share those resources here:
Dr. Robert Franks, Ph.D., Judge Baker Children’s Center
This virtual event is the sixth in a series of “Leading in a Crisis” discussions, each of which highlights how different businesses and organizations across various industries in New England are leading and innovating in response to the COVID-19 public health and economic crisis. Visit the Virtual Events for more information on this series and other virtual programming.