Leading Through Crisis: Leading Remote Learning

COVID-19 caused us to dramatically shift our instruction to remote formats–a movement most were not prepared to execute. What are the most effective practices for leading and monitoring remote learning. How do we ensure equitable access to students without broadband access at home and those with special needs?

This event is part of NASSP’s Leading Through Crisis Town Hall Series.

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Presenters

Brad Currie
director of planning, research, and evaluation, Chester School District, Chester, NJ, 2017 NASSP National Assistant Principal of the Year

Amy Heavin
principal, Ryan Park Elementary School, Angola, IN

Travis Heavin
principal, Angola High School, Angola, IN

Derek McCoy
middle school principal and director of learning innovation, Grady County Schools, GA, 2014 NASSP Digital Principal of the Year