Learning Loss and Renewal After the Pandemic

This virtual panel will bring together experts to discuss learning loss for students during the pandemic, as well as the potential impacts of disruption on future academic achievement and economic opportunity. As part of the Project Hometown series, this panel will enrich our understanding of the strategies implemented to mitigate or pre-empt the negative impacts on students and their future educational and economic opportunities.

The goals of the session are as follows:

  • To understand the potential impacts of learning disruptions during the pandemic on future academic achievement and economic opportunity
  • To understand policy issues and responses that address these impacts
  • To understand the role of the community ecosystem to support learning recovery

This forum is part of Project Hometown, a Chicago Fed initiative created to better understand the challenges facing the people and communities we serve. Through these discussions, we examine how our hometowns can recover from the pandemic, overcome longstanding inequities, and grow stronger.


Learning Loss and Renewal After the Pandemic

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