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11 - What Will We Take With Us?: Ector County ISD on Community Internet Access, Personalized PD, and Strong Home-School Connections

On this final episode of What Will We Take With Us?, a series featuring our conversations with education leaders across the United States on how they grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic in K-12 education, we speak with Scott Muri, Superintendent of Ector County Independent School District in Texas, about how leaders worked to make the most of the pandemic to accelerate the implementation of goals that benefitted the entire school community, ranging from expanding connectivity and internet access, to focusing on personalized professional development, to forging stronger, more meaningful connections between schools and student families.

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Leveraging Local Media to Communicate with Multilingual Families

Ector County Independent School District held a weekly press conference with every local media outlet to update the public on the status of...

High-Frequency Communications with Staff

Establish a proactive approach to communication by establishing a variety of regular touch points for engagement with all stakeholders.

Building Consistency in Family Engagement Through Common Process and Tools

In response to the pandemic, Cedar Rapids Community School district implemented a district-wide family engagement plan based around...