K-12 Leadership Panel: Setting Up Students for Success in a Post-Pandemic World


The adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on K-12 classrooms has been a central topic of discussion in the education world over the past two years. Lost opportunities for socialization, an uncertain job market, and the disproportionate impact of COVID on racial and ethnic minority groups have left many students unprepared for higher education or post-graduation employment. How are K-12 school leaders identifying these gaps and addressing COVID-related education challenges head-on? Our panel of K-12 leaders discusses how they are still championing student success and investing in their students in unprecedented times.