As the new calendar year began, so many educators picked up right where the pandemic in 2021 left them: struggling mightily to find the time, bandwidth, energy, and ideas needed to maximize outcomes for their students. 2022 continues to demonstrate why our collective work to tackle enduring challenges of equity by learning, sharing, and connecting is more vital now than it has ever been.
TLA has launched a variety of new initiatives – from our Virtual and Hybrid Learning Strategy Lab to the development of new tools and resources – to support advancement. Key to this has been getting proximate to those on the front line of response and innovation through direct conversations with system and school leaders, teachers, education informers, and an array of decision-makers. These powerful exchanges have reinforced the idea that while disruption has forced significant change to and rethinking of learning over the past two years, our children stand to gain so much if we learn from and hold onto game-changing approaches that serve the needs of students. By facing this crisis head on, we’re unearthing solutions for myriad challenges students faced even well before COVID hit.
The work you’ll find highlighted below are the products of our team's efforts in collaboration with partners and practitioners. We’re working together to make sense of what’s working (and what’s not) to center student learning and advance toward new and more sustainable levels.
We are dedicated to ensuring all students receive the effective, equitable, and engaging education they need to reach their full and unique potential. As you’ll see below, our team continues to grow. We’re proud to be in a space of development at TLA that positions us to have an even greater impact and bridge the divide that has kept excellent education out of reach for many students. We’re thankful for your support and investment, and excited to continue this work together. Interested in how you can help? For development and partnership opportunities, please contact Jessica Mayorga.