The coronavirus pandemic exposed and exacerbated many long-standing needs in our education system. At our E3-3D (data-driven decision-making) event on February 2, E3 Alliance experts and guest presenters explored where Texas students stand today, and how we might harness this moment to build better education systems for all.
E3 analysts presented state- and region-level data from the 2020-21 academic school year, highlighting disaggregated student outcomes for remote and in-person learning, plus students who transitioned from one to the other modalities throughout the year.
During breakout sessions, administrators from several innovative school districts shared promising practices they integrated around four focus areas: educator quality, social-emotional learning, school culture, and accelerated learning.
Educator Quality Session
Kimberly Raymond, Deputy Superintendent | Lockhart ISD
School Culture Session
Dr. Sarah Otto, Principal, La Grange Middle School | La Grange ISD
Social-Emotional Learning Session
Lori Davis, Chief Transformation Officer | E3 Alliance
Bobby Garcia, Principal, Manor New Tech High School | Manor ISD
Accelerated Learning Session
Jennifer Saenz, Director of Strategic Initiatives | E3 Alliance
About E3 Alliance and E3 3D Events
An E3-3D is a data-driven decision-making event.
E3 Alliance champions the relentless pursuit of education transformation for Central Texas and Texas students by providing sound data and facilitating collaboration, while also rapidly moving to respond to the immediate needs of our schools. E3-3Ds give us the opportunity to bring data and collaboration together for our education community.
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