ESSER funds: Creating district impact

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Image for aesthetic effect only - Jan-13-webinar-thumbnail In the last year, states and districts have received unprecedented funding from the federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund. The funds, intended to help states, districts, and schools, recover and move forward from the pandemic offer enormous opportunities as well as questions. What’s the best use for this funding? How do districts address immediate needs while also investing in the future? Can districts spend the money in a timely way? How can districts document the impact that these dollars will have? Join us for this webinar to hear from district leaders about how they are using their ESSER funding and how they will share the impact of these dollars in years to come.

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Chief Academic Officer at Charleston County School District | + posts

Karolyn Belcher is the chief academic officer of the Charleston County School District (CSSD). In that role, she is responsible for leading the academic improvement strategy for South Carolina’s second-largest school district. This includes CCSD’s curriculum adoption, professional learning, and COVID recovery planning. Prior to this role, she was the president of TNTP and oversaw all the organization’s partnerships with school systems nationwide. She was the principal of the John A. Reisenbach Charter School, one of the first three charter schools in New York State, located in central Harlem; and began her career teaching science in New Orleans as a charter corps member of Teach For America.

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Jennifer Colley taught language arts/reading for seven years in the Jefferson County Public School system in Louisville, Kentucky before becoming an assistant principal. Colley then served in the role of building principal at Stuart and Ramsey Middle Schools for 17 years and completed her 30 years of service in the Jefferson County Public School system as the district professional development specialist.

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President and CEO at Education Resource Strategies, Inc. | + posts

Karen Hawley Miles is president and CEO of Education Resource Strategies, Inc. She has worked intensively with school systems nationwide to analyze and improve their funding systems, school-level resource use, and human capital and professional development systems. Karen has taught school leaders at Harvard University, in school districts, and for New Leaders for New Schools. She has authored numerous articles and co-authored The Strategic School: Making the Most of People, Time and Money with Stephen Frank. She serves as a senior advisor to the Aspen Institute Education and Society Program, and she served as a commissioner on the Equity and Excellence Commission for the U.S. Department of Education.

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