This panel discusses the profound effects of COVID-19 on the state of education in Michigan. Panelists discuss what measurable effects have we seen, what are the long-term implications, and what lessons can be learned from this unique set of challenges. December, 2021.
In this episode of Michigan Minds, Christina Weiland, Ed.D., associate professor at the School of Education and by courtesy at the Ford School of Public Policy, dives into the academic disruptions caused by the pandemic on young learners and shares strategies to help prepare for the upcoming school year.
The Urban Institute and the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy discuss the findings from the synthesis and evidence-based, equity-centered policy solutions to address key issues, and how the American Rescue Plan can expand access to high-quality ECE programs and address the numerous gaps highlighted by the pandemic.