From Learn4Life Metro Atlanta:
On November 18th, Learn4Life released its 4th annual State of Education in Metro Atlanta report. Superintendents and other community and business leaders discussed the challenges districts face as students return to school during the COVID pandemic and highlighted some promising practices to improve student success. The session also reviewed the current state of education for our region’s 600,000 students, and Learn4Life’s progress toward scaling cradle-to-career strategies.
Viewers have the opportunity to learn from several local education leaders including: Morcease Beasley, Ed.D., Superintendent, Clayton County Public Schools Grant Rivera, Ph.D., Superintendent, Marietta City Schools Cheryl Watson-Harris, Superintendent, DeKalb County School District.
Learn4Life looks forward to learning and collaborating together to drive toward more equitable outcomes for all of metro Atlanta’s students.
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