On Thursday, May 28th at 9 a.m. EDT, the National Press Club will host a 75-minute panel discussion with education leaders representing schools around the country. Dr. Anne Kress will offer leadership insights into the best safety protocols that NOVA has taken to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the college has upheld its commitment to student success as the nation’s second largest community college abruptly switched from in-class to remote learning and telework.
The panel of educators will discuss how schools and universities are responding to the coronavirus crisis and how they are preparing for all possible scenarios for fall. Can they open schools in a way that protects the health and safety of students and school staff? What lessons have they learned about communicating with their many stakeholders during this unprecedented health crisis?
Miami Dade Schools Superintendent
Miami Dade is the country’s 4th largest school system and has been cited as a leader in innovation and distance learning.
Anne M. Kress
President, Northern Virginia Community College
NOVA is the largest public educational institution in Virginia, and the 2nd largest community college in the nation.
Carissa Moffat Miller
Executive Director, The Council of Chief State School Officers
CCSSO is a nonpartisan organization representing the public leaders of elementary and secondary schools in every state, the District of Columbia, and other jurisdictions.
The session will be moderated by Bloomberg Government Congressional and Campaigns Reporter Emily Wilkins, who also holds an appointment as the National Press Club Secretary.
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