As school districts around the country are wrapping up the school year remotely, many are still struggling to do what is best for students, both now and in the future. This video provide insights on how two large districts transitioned education to remote learning and lessons learned from their experiences.
Jason Meyer, Group Product Manager, Projectors, Epson America, Inc. hosts with two leading K-12 administrators who are working hard to help their districts adjust to the new normal.
Mark Hess, executive manager of instruction, technology, and data analysis for Walled Lake Consolidated Schools (Walled Lake, Michigan) a district of almost 14,000 students
Dan Warren, director of technology operations for Des Moines Public Schools (Des Moines, Iowa), a district with 32,000 students, will share the initiatives they focused on, biggest takeaways, their thoughts on what the fall may look like, and more.
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