Governor Laura Kelly Holds Digital Distance Studying Dialogue with Kansas Lecturers
Kelly asks for methods to enhance partnership between state and educators
TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly right now joined a zoom name with Kansas academics, Lt. Governor Lynn Rogers, and Consultant Cindy Holscher to debate methods to enhance training entry and steady studying throughout COVID-19.
“Kansas academics stepped up when colleges had been closed, and continued to offer our children the training they deserve,” Governor Kelly stated. “At this time Lt. Gov. Rogers, Rep. Cindy Holscher, and I spoke with academics concerning the challenges of distance studying and the way this administration can assist their work within the fall.”
On March 17 Governor Kelly took aggressive actions to save lots of lives and mitigate the unfold of COVID-19 by closing faculty buildings during the varsity 12 months. In only a few days a bunch of devoted academics and directors from throughout the state got here collectively to develop the continual studying plan, which offered sturdy steerage on how colleges can proceed training safely.
“Our state’s educators are resilient, passionate, and devoted to their college students,” Lt. Gov. Rogers stated. “I loved our dialog this morning, and I sit up for future dialogue and collaboration with educators from throughout the state.”
Through the name, Governor Kelly requested educators how their districts met the challenges offered by the pandemic, and the way her administration can assist their work as the varsity 12 months nears.
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