Department of Education to welcome the National Summit of Secondary Secondary Reopening on Wednesday, March 24 March 17, 2021 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576,
  • After the passenger of the US rescue plan recently signed recently by the president Biden, the Department of Education of the United States (ED) announced more details today with respect to the National Summit of Reoperation of the Virtual National High School, which will take place on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 12 pm EDT. The Summit program will include the reception comments of the first Lady Dr. Jill Biden, as well as comments from the Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel A. Cardona, and the Director of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) , Dr. Rochelle Walensky. It will also consist of three panels that will include experts in health, educators and educational leaders and students.

    Since the first day, my main priority, and a maximum priority for President Biden and Vice President Harris, has been for children to return to full-time schools. To achieve this, we need to gather Students. "The educators and leaders of the school district to listen and learn from each other as we work together to reopen schools quickly, safely and equitably, and address the academic, social and emotional needs of our students" , said Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. "We are celebrating this summit with the aim of sharing the best practices and connecting the leaders, educators and students from all this country who are browsing this challenge and finding creative solutions to support our students and take them back to learning in person. And we have to make sure that we are listening to the communities that have been affected by the pandemic. Time is now, and schools across the country should act immediately so that students return to school buildings. "

    Summit sessions include:

  • lessons from the Field: The implementation of the K-12 operating strategy of CDC to keep students, educators and personnel safe leaders and other representatives of school districts emphasize effective school reopening approaches that have a Focus on collaboration and equity.
  • CDC technical assistance and ED: Implementation of CDC orientation to keep students, educators and personnel safe experts CDC and ED technicians will talk with the CDC K-12 operative strategy, ED Covid Implementation Manual, and other resources; answer the common question; and clarify the misconceptions.
  • supporting All students: address academic, social and emotional needs d E Students with an approach in equity leaders
  • and other representatives of school districts shall share promising strategies to support the social, emotional and academic needs of students, with a particular focus on students that have been historically unattended and who have experienced the greatest interruption of the pandemic.

    The summit is one of a series of steps, the department is taking to provide support and resources to schools as they work to reopen quickly and safely. Last month, the Department launched the first volume of the Covid-19 manual, which provided educators and staff practical examples, route and tools to implement the CDC K-12 operative strategy for person learning, including the Five recommended measures of key mitigation. . The department plans to release volume 2 of the manual in April. Earlier this month, President Biden also directed all the States and Territories of the USA UU to prioritize the vaccines of teachers and staff in schools and day care providers before K-12 along This month, with the aim of all essential first-line workers with at least one dose of a vaccine at the end of March.

    More details about the SECRET SCHOOL RESEMENT National Summit, including registration information, will be published by the Department in the coming days. "@Context": "https: // SCH

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