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Homeroom with Education Leaders |
A Growing Epidemic: Addressing Violence in American Schools

Thursday, December 1 |  2 pm ET 

Gun violence is a growing epidemic in American schools. In fact, more than 300,000 students have experienced gun violence in schools since the 1999 Columbine attack. From the high-profile attacks in Uvalde, Parkland, and Sandy Hook within the last decade, to less publicized and unreported daily incidents of gun violence, school-centered violence seems to have become a daily part of American life. With no end to the political gridlock surrounding the issue on the horizon, educators, school leaders, and district/state policymakers are making important safety decisions for their students every day. Join The Hunt Institute for this important discussion about how school violence impacts our students and educators, its disproportionate impact on students of color, as well as what states, districts, and organizations across the country are doing to prevent future incidences in our schools.



Early Efforts |
2022's Big Wins for Little Kids

Monday, December 5 |  2:30-4:30 pm ET 

Across 2022, states enacted significant reforms in early childhood education, expanding access, reforming governance, and addressing workforce needs. Join us for a year-end review, spotlighting 2022’s biggest moves for little kids.

In partnership with the Alliance for Early Success.



Postsecondary Pathways
| Assessing Postsecondary Student Success

Thursday, December 15 |  2 pm ET 

In higher education, policymakers, practitioners, and nonprofits often focus on increasing postsecondary success as a goal. However, what we define as success is often less clear and subject to debate. In this webinar, we will speak to policymakers, advocates, and education professionals about how states and institutions define postsecondary success, and how we can better work to improve outcomes.



Early Efforts |
The Case Against Preschool Suspension and Expulsion

Monday, January 9 |  2 pm ET 

Recent research shows that children in the early childhood years are more likely to be expelled or suspended than school-aged children, yet we know comparatively little about the precursors to and prevention of exclusion in early childhood settings. Join this panel for a compelling discussion on the latest research, child development, and strategies to prevent suspension and expulsion in the critical years of development.



Postsecondary Pathways
| Supporting Transfer Students

Thursday, January 19 |  2 pm ET 

More than 2.1 million college students transferred between institutions in the academic year 2020-21. Transfer students face a variety of hurdles, both academic and non-academic. While some students face challenges like finding new housing and navigating a new city, other transfer students are plagued with academic roadblocks such as lost credits and navigating new academic advisors. This webinar will engage policymakers and education leaders to learn more about what barriers transfer students face, how institutions can better support transfer students, and they ways state education policy influences the ability to transfer seamlessly between institutions.



Special Series |
State Spotlight: North Carolina’s Efforts to Engage Adult Learners

Tuesday, January 31 |  2 pm ET 

Nearly 50 percent of North Carolinians between 25-64 have less than a postsecondary degree or credential. In order to ensure that we are prepared to meet North Carolina’s workforce needs and earn a life-sustaining wage, this population needs to re-engage with higher education. This webinar series will discuss the role of two-year institutions in re-engaging adult learners.