The Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative Podcast is offering a new series called The Pandemic Perspective, where we examine how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and various aspects of our society, institutions, and other systems have collided, changed, and even collapsed in the last nine months.
For the first episode of this series, we spoke with three experts about how the delivery of educational services for children with disabilities and the greater education system has changed since the beginning of the year, as well as how we can incorporate lessons learned into the future. The discussion stems from a May 2020 blog post from the Social Science Research Institute’s “Insights from the Experts” COVID-19 blog series.
This month’s guests include Carole Clancy, director of the Bureau of Special Education for the Pennsylvania Department of Education; Paul Morgan, professor of education and demography in the Department of Education Policy Studies and director of the Center for Educational Disparities Research (CEDR) at Penn State; and Adrienne Woods, CEDR postdoctoral research scholar in the Department of Education Policy Studies at Penn State.
Listen to the episode here.
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