Where do we go from here?

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Image for aesthetic effect only - 09-16-webinar-thumbnail 300x250px As educators and students dive into the 2021-22 school year, the experience of the past two years along with the ongoing pandemic shape how school and district leaders envision what comes next. Learning Forward kicks off this year’s webinar series with a conversation about how to leverage our best lessons from last year, continuing to transform schooling for the better while supporting educators to sustain their energy and creativity over the next several months.     In this webinar, participants will: Explore innovations in practice to start or continue; Consider what educators need to succeed this year; and Outline steps and access resources to support concrete next steps for a great school year.

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