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YANA Panel | Scenario Planning: What Does Education Look Like in Fall 2020?
June 23 @ 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
Scenario Planning: What Does Education Look Like in Fall 2020?
Tuesday, June 23, 2020 | 6:30pm EDT
Virtual Panel Discussion followed by Audience Q&A.
Led by Professor Barbara Biasi, Yale School of Management
COVID-19 has created complex, new challenges for educational nonprofits from grades K-12 through college. Issues such as teacher and student safety, health testing, privacy, the cost and effectiveness of eLearning, student extracurricular opportunities, transportation policies, supply chain logistics, and more need to be addressed.
Scenario thinking can help organizations better anticipate and adapt to dramatic changes, increase agility and resilience, and turn uncertainty into an advantage.
Join us for a conversation to learn how educators are planning to address these challenges in the face of uncertainty. While no one has clear answers today, we know that Yale trains individuals to think creatively at the forefront of issues — the ideas presented and discussed will be a provocative conversation about what to expect and ways to respond.
- Jeremy Chiappetta (SOM ’02), CEO of Blackstone Valley Prep, six charter schools serving 2,000 students in K-12 in Rhode Island
- Meghan Hughes (YC ’88), President, Community College of Rhode Island, the largest community college in New England
- Pericles Lewis, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Vice President for Global Strategy), Yale University
- Leslie Torres-Rodriguez, Superintendent of Hartford Public Schools serving 18,000 PreK-12 students from Hartford and nearly 90 nearby towns with 39 schools and 18 magnet schools
- Barbara Biasi, Assistant Professor of Economics at SOM whose research focuses on labor economics and microeconomics with special application to education and creativity. (Moderator)
This event is made possible by the New England Chapter of the Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance