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  • Webinar Series

Education Trends in States

  • Wednesday, April 5, 2023
    • Webinar Series
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NCSL's education program is pleased to announce the Education Trends in States webinar series. Join NCSL’s education policy experts and state legislative leaders as we discuss education policy trends across states in 2023. Each session will provide key policy context, updates on the latest legislative activity, and feature discussion of notable state policy accomplishments.

Most webinars will be recorded for those who are unable to attend the live meeting and posted here. All webinars, unless otherwise specified, will be held at 3 p.m. ET.

The series includes:

Part 1: K-12 Education Funding and Teacher Policy

April 5

Learn about state K-12 education spending and teacher policy trends, including compensation increases.

Part 2: Recovery and Innovation

April 13

Learn how states are addressing student academic and mental health needs, while exploring innovative ways to rethink schools and education systems.

Part 3: Education Choice and School Finance

April 19

Learn how states are exploring new ways to target education resources and provide additional education options for students.

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Part 4: Postsecondary Education

April 26

Learn about higher education spending trends and how states are broadening the scope of access and opportunity for students in higher education and career and technical education.

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Part 1: K-12 Education Funding and Teacher Policy | April 5

  • Charles Sallee, deputy director, New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee
  • Dan Thatcher, NCSL
  • Molly Gold, NCSL

Part 2: Recovery and Innovation | April 13

  • Steven Hernandez, executive director, Connecticut Commission on Women, Children, Seniors, Equity & Opportunity
  • Michelle Exstrom, NCSL
  • Patrick Lyons, NCSL

Part 3: Education Choice and School Finance | April 19

  • Emily Ronco, NCSL
  • Dan Thatcher, NCSL
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