What will K-12 education in Michigan look like this fall? Join us to discuss.
Did you miss the live event? Watch Bridge’s Lunch Break discussion on the K-12 education landscape
It’s that time again — Bridge Michigan invites readers to join our team for a discussion on one of the most important issues facing our state. Grab your lunch and pull up a chair in front of your computer as we discuss how K-12 education will look and feel in Michigan this fall.
We’ll discuss this important topic in an hourlong, solutions-oriented discussion moderated by Bridge Senior Writer Ron French. Our guest panelists include Delsa Chapman, deputy superintendent of Lansing School District and Steve Matthews, superintendent of Novi Community School District.
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This is our second Lunch Break discussion on an important topic facing our state and we plan to hold these reader chats monthly. During the event, Bridge readers can submit questions for the panelists via the Zoom chat function. Bridge Club members will be offered an opportunity to submit questions for our guests in advance of the discussion.
How to join this live Zoom discussion
Our hourlong Zoom discussion is Tuesday, Aug. 18 from noon to 1 p.m. To be invited to participate in this discussion, please complete this form and we’ll send you the link via email.
To learn more about how to join a Zoom meeting, watch this short video below. Zoom is free to use, and you can use the video call function on your computer, tablet or phone, or you can call into the meeting using the conference line function.We’ll see you on Aug. 18!
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