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It’s hard to believe that we’re still talking about pandemic learning, but here we are. So how much of what we learned are we actually applying as we head back to school this year?
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Dr. Robert S. Harvey is an educator and writer, faith leader, community connector, child advocate, and public scholar. Drawing upon lived experiences, ethical thought, and a bold vision for the future of human wellbeing, his leadership and writing has a threefold focus—love, justice, and hope—with young people at the heart. He is the Superintendent of East Harlem Scholars Academies, a community-based network of public charter schools (PreK-12th) in New York City; and Chief Academic Officer of East Harlem Tutorial Program, managing a multisite out-of-school time and postsecondary access and success program, public engagement, and a teaching residency. He is also a Visiting Professor in the Practice of Public Leadership at Memphis Theological Seminary.
Dr. Hilary Kreisberg is currently the director of the Center for Mathematics Achievement at Lesley University and the co-author of the books Partnering with Parents in Elementary Math: A Guide for Teachers and Leaders (2021) and Adding Parents to the Equation: Understanding Your Child’s Elementary School Math (2019), as well as the brand new K-5 curricular resource Let’s Talk Math: Engaging Students as Mathematical Thinkers (2021). Hilary has been featured on NPR Boston (WBUR) Radio, CBS Boston (WBZ) news, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Education Weekly, Boston Magazine, and the Lowell Sun. She is a frequent national, regional, and local speaker and has won over $2 million dollars in federal and private funding for mathematics education research.
Helen Vassiliou is a teacher at Adena Elementary in the Lakota Loca School district in West Chester, Ohio serving English language learners.