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How the Pandemic is Reshaping Education


The Washington Post published a series of stories on pandemic recovery efforts in education and looking ahead. NASBE President and CEO Robert Hull was interviewed for the series and quoted in the story “Rethinking Attendance”:

 

It’s not about seat time,” said Robert Hull, president of the National Association of State Boards of Education. “It’s about engagement. I think as a result of this pandemic we can see some innovation in that area.

 

Read more of the Washington Post’s series here.





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