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Grassroots group hosts two-night event featuring top state education leaders, parents, and educators
CONCORD, NH – In response to statewide COVID-19 school closures, today Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire (AFP-NH) announced they will be hosting a two-night event on the impact COVID-19 and school closures are having on K-12 education in New Hampshire.
The first night will feature a discussion with the Frank Edelblut, the Commissioner of Education, and Drew Cline the chair of the State Board of Education, about the impact COVID-19 is having on schools, how families are adjusting, how the state’s adjusting, and how this process might change education in the future.
The second night will feature parents and educators who are transitioning to at-home learning, and they will share tips and guidance, and tools around at-home learning.
What: Conversations about at-home learning during COVID-19
Who: Night 1 – Frank Edelblut, Commissioner of Education
Drew Cline, Chair of the State Board of Education
Night 2 – Parents and Educators
When: April 14 and April 15
8:00– 8:45PM – both nights
To RSVP, email Greg Moore at GMoore@afphq.org and a link will be sent for you to register and join the event.
Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire State Director Greg Moore issued the following statement:
“This remote learning shift has changed how students study, forcing many parents to adjust to working from home while helping their child’s in-home education. While this abrupt shift was unexpected, education isn’t a place, it is an experience and children can learn anywhere. We’re excited to talk with two of our state’s education leaders to see what policies are helping parents and educators adapt to continuing our students’ education. We’re also thrilled to have the opportunity to share some ideas and tips that can help parents and students navigate at-home learning. Obviously, it’s been a challenging time for many families, and we want to help them get the most out of this experience.”