By Nancy Gannon, Senior Advisor for Teaching and Learning, FHI 360 Throughout this global pandemic, educators have worried about the well-being of young people. But we also know our teachers and principals have faced unprecedented stress and disruption. How do we make sure we are tending to the well-being of educators? When schools reopened, many …
College and Career Readiness during COVID: Rebuilding the Pathway to Success
By Patrice Williams, Deputy Director, US Education, FHI 360 We have long known that for high school students, college and career readiness programs are the best pathway to long-term success. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced schools to focus on students’ more immediate academic, mental health, and social-emotional needs, shifting time and resources away from …
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Six Questions Schools Should Answer This Year
In fall of 2020, the content on this website, Connected and Engaged, was driven by clear challenges—school districts across the country had to teach remotely for at least part of the year.
Educators’ Top Three Concerns for Fall 2021
To understand how districts were preparing for the 2021-22 school year, FHI 360 held focus groups with education leaders around across the country.