This past year brought new, unplanned, but necessary technologies to meet the unique needs of all students and teachers brought on by the pandemic. Which ones will become part of long-term strategies and which will fade away post-pandemic?
Join the Lightspeed Systems conversation with a panel of district leaders and educational experts as they discuss this and other ideas on how technology can drive continued innovation in instruction, help with student and teacher well-being, and ensure equitable access now and in the future.
- Sheldon Berman, AASA Lead Superintendent for Social-Emotional Learning; Retired Superintendent of Schools: Hudson, MA; Jefferson County (Louisville), KY; Eugene, OR; and Andover, MA.
- Michael Kuhrt, Superintendent, Wichita Falls IDS, Texas
- Edward Hilton, Director of Information Technology, Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, CA