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The impact of COVID on K-12 education and potential implications for the future
During the COVID pandemic, K-12 students experience major disruption and remote learning has unveiled new layers of inequality that are exacerbated by technology. Today, access and equity are even more relevant topics to K-12 education and our children’s future. Let’s discuss

May 4, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Elizabeth Milovidov
Dr. Milovidov is an independent expert on Digital Parenting for the Children’s Rights Division of Council of Europe where she co-authored the Internet Literacy Handbook and the Digital Citizenship Handbook. She is also an advisor for e-Enfance, a French online child protection association providing support to parents and children and her core work involves researching solutions for parenting in the digital age. She is an international speaker on digital safety issues, leads parental workshops, writes on digital parenting, and also moderates a Facebook Group for parents, caregivers and child protection specialists called, The Digital Parenting Community.
Noah Sobe
Noah W. Sobe is Senior Project Officer at UNESCO where he works in the Division on the Futures of Learning and Innovation helping to lead UNESCO’s Futures of education initiative. He is editor of the journal European Education, past-president of the Comparative and International Education Society and on leave from a faculty position as Professor of Cultural and Educational Policy Studies at Loyola University Chicago.