Education in a Post-COVID Era
Education plays an important role in the expansion of economic inclusion and opportunity as noted in President Loretta Mester’s Reflection on Education. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the scene of education, impacting student achievement with new gaps and intensifying existing issues. What have we learned from the impact of COVID-19 on students and educators and what do we expect this year? How can communities address educational gaps?
Join the Cleveland Fed as we convene a discussion with area experts about education in a post-COVID era. An audience Q&A session will follow.
Margie Wright-McGowan, Executive Vice President for People, Culture, Communications & Engagement, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Treye Johnson, Program Manager for Economic Inclusion, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Edward S. Knotek II, Senior Vice President and Research Economist - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
- Heather Boughton, Director, Office of Research, Evaluation and Advanced Analytics, Ohio Department of Education
- Lisa Gray, President, Ohio Excels
- Marilyn Sampilo, PhD, Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health, Cleveland Clinic
- Dr. Bill Wagner, Co-Director, First Ring Schools Collaborative, Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio