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TECH+Education Event – The Back to School Dilemma

We’ve compiled our favorite moments from the session below. If you wish to check out the full session, see here.

America’s families face wrenching uncertainty, no matter what their local school districts decide. Of course we want our kids back in school, but even if they do, what about the real risks to them and us? Yet if they don’t go, some of them won’t eat, since school breakfasts and lunches are critical for many kids. Staying at home means emotional challenges piled on top of educational ones. And for the 30% of kids without enough at-home connectivity, the problems become a nightmare. Will kids be able to learn this fall?

In partnership with Nestlé Waters North America, we gathered President & CEO of The Ecology School, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Catherine Steiner Adair, and internet sensation and dedicated high school principal, Dr. Quentin Lee to answer these questions and tackle this multi-faceted issue.

If you haven’t yet, check out Dr. Quentin Lee’s ‘Can’t Touch This’ parody safety video that’s been making the headlines:

During the event, we surveyed the audience to get a sense of their understanding and views. Check out the results below.

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2 Responses to “TECH+Education Event – The Back to School Dilemma”

  1. Dinesh says:

    It’s. my hope as being a cardilogist for now in fourth decade and having been in leadership position across three different states now

    Digital transformation of the health care from all angles would be next major paradigm shift

  2. Reza Jafari says:

    For a long time we have ignored the importance of Broadband connectivity and access to affordable high speed Internet by close to 20% of our population. What needs to be done to remedy this problem and use the access to affordable Broadband for education and health and mental health. Thanks, Reza

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