Where:
 Virtual
When:
 June 23, 2021
Time:
 2-3 p.m. EDT

The high school classes of 2020 and 2021 have endured massive disruption to their education experiences. As enrollment trends show, many of these learners are choosing not to continue their education journeys beyond high school. Of vital interest to Strada Education Network and stakeholders across the country is the sharp decline in postsecondary education enrollment from students attending high-poverty high schools.

This month, Strada researchers and panelists will explore the perspectives of these learners who delayed or canceled their education plans, including the barriers they face and what it will take to reconnect them to education.

Join us at 2 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 23, for the latest findings and a webinar conversation. Presenters and panelists include:

As part of the ongoing Strada Public Viewpoint research started in March 2020, Strada has talked to tens of thousands of Americans about their experiences with work and education. The research is intended to inform education and training providers, policymakers, and employers who are helping people complete valuable and purposeful education pathways.