What Will School Look Like When the COVID Closure Ends?
Governor Lamont and the Commissioner of Education have made it clear that when in-person schooling resumes it is unlikely to look like school pre-COVID. A variety of proposals have been made to protect students and staff, including masks, temperature checks, smaller class sizes, gradual opening, half days, and more.
Register now for a May 19 webinar where CEA President Jeff Leake and other education stakeholders will explore these proposals and discuss their ramifications.
They will particularly emphasize how the measures that have been discussed could impact special education and the parents of children receiving special education services.
This webinar will be co-moderated by Special Education Equity for Kids (SEEK) of Connecticut Board Members Andrew Feinstein, Esq. and Jennifer Laviano, Esq.
- Jeff Leake, President, Connecticut Education Association
- Jan Perruccio, Superintendent of Schools, Old Saybrook
- Dave Scata, Executive Director, Connecticut Counselor of Administrators of Special Education (ConnCASE)
- Geraldine Fleming, Parent Advocate, Norwalk
- Patrice McCarthy, Deputy Director and General Counsel, Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE)