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Presented By: Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy

Navigating the impacts of COVID-19 on education in Michigan

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Please join us for this panel discussion about the profound effects of COVID-19 on the state of education in Michigan. Research from the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Wayne State University has looked at shifts in enrollment numbers, indicators of student achievement, and qualitative effects on students and families. Eighteen months into the pandemic, what measurable effects have we seen, what are the long-term implications, and what lessons can be learned from this unique set of challenges?

Speakers:

Delsa Chapman, Michigan Department of Education Deputy Superintendent of Educator, Student, and School Support

Sarah Lenhoff, WSU Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Kevin Stange, U-M Professor of Public Policy

Katharine Strunk, MSU Professor of Education

Moderated by Ron French, Bridge Michigan Senior Writer and Associate Editor

This event is hosted by the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and the Education Policy Initiative, and co-sponsored by Bridge Michigan and University Research Corridor.

Visit https://fordschool.umich.edu/event/2021/navigating-impacts-covid-19-education-michigan for more info and viewing details.
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L-R: Chapman, Stange, Strunk, and Lenhoff

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