Future of School is a national, nonprofit organization mobilizing change in American K-12 education to ensure that all students reach their unbounded potential no matter where their learning takes place and that educators have what they need to make this happen. We document and forecast the evolution of K-12 education in real-time to inform our country on the real deal in districts and schools. As a nonprofit, we have access to grants, funding opportunities, strategies, and networks that can meet the emerging challenges of school leaders. However, we need to know, from you, what it is that you most need.

AASA is teaming up with Future of School on a two-part webinar series in December and January to provide superintendents, principals and school leaders with assistance and resources from our Resilient Schools Project (RSP) to provide immediate, effective strategies for navigating these challenging times. 

We invite you to complete this brief survey so that we can customize our webinars to your needs. There are 5 questions and it will take less than 3 minutes to complete. YOUR feedback is essential!

All questions are related to remote/hybrid learning in a pandemic environment.
Responses can be as short as one word or as long as a few lines.

THANK YOU in advance for sharing your perspective!

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* 1. What is the biggest pain point you are facing going into 2021?

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* 2. What has been your best success this school year?

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* 3. What is the biggest challenge that you are facing with remote/hybrid learning?

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* 4. What assistance or resource(s) would provide you with the most immediate solutions for the problems you are facing?

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* 5. Please share any questions, comments or feedback related to your experiences here. 

Also, you are welcome to e-mail our Executive Director anytime to connect.

Amy Valentine 
avalentine@futureof.school 
720-273-3458

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* 6. District/School Name (optional)

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* 7. State (optional)

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