Listen as Hanover leaders and our esteemed panelists share strategies for addressing the digital divide, navigating declining enrollment, and managing a challenging budget season.
While the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for K-12 leaders, it has also presented a generational opportunity for transformation and systemic reform across local, regional, and state education agencies. There is universal acceptance that inequities in educational access have been exacerbated by the pandemic, and K-12 leaders have a unique opportunity to leverage the lessons learned during the 2020-2021 school year as a catalyst for change.
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Hanover’s 2021 Trends in K-12 Education report summarizes what Hanover’s K-12 researchers and advisors observed in their work with hundreds of local, regional, and state education agencies across the country, including:
- A widening educational equity gap
- Higher levels of teacher shortages
- Increased demand for mental health and social-emotional services for students and staff
Additionally, these challenges occur alongside decreases in public school enrollments and an impending budget crisis.