Countering the COVID-19 impact on education.

We're doing our part to fight the impact of COVID-19 on education and adapt to ‘the new normal.’ CER webinars, events and resources you can use right now.


State of Policy & Lawsuits On Money Following Families
Center for Education Reform x ASU+GSV ’20

With the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, families were left holding the bag when schools shut down and education stopped. Policymakers and parents moved quickly to address the challenge and provide more opportunities for families to educate their children. Where do we stand? Who’s winning?

Children’s Social, Emotional & Mental Health During COVID-19

As we enter the back to school season, we are surrounded by change and uncertainty. While many students have returned to classrooms that are transformed by masks and social distancing, others are navigating the transition to virtual learning, separated from friends and teachers.

Join us for a conversation with psychoanalyst, parent coach and author, Erica Komisar, who will address parent questions and suggest strategies on how to create a healthy learning environment for our kids in the time of COVID-19.

What Parents Want


The Existential Union Threat to Charter Schools


Espinoza: Implications & What’s Next
w/Paul Clement and George Hicks,
Partners at Kirkland & Ellis LLP

For more information about Espinoza and the history of the Blaine Amendments, visit CER’s “Blaine” microsite

Driving Charter School Success
w/Tessa Kratz  (@KIPP), Sarah Wilson (@IDEAschools) and Lauren Katz (@collegiateacad)

Saving Catholic Schools:
What’s Happened and Why It’s Important
w/ Superintendents Thomas Carroll and Paul Escala

Phoenix Leads the Way
w/ Dr. Chad E. Gestson and Julia Meyerson

The Future of School
w/Kevin Chavous of K12 & New Orleans Leadership

The Future of School
w/StrongMind & Independence Mission Schools

The Future of School
w/ National Heritage Academies & the Future of School organization

The Future of School
w/Friendship Public Charter School & Academica Virtual Education

What The Future of School Looks Like

Lessons from the Best

Lessons and tools for remote learning from leaders from a massively successful charter network, a city wide network of all schools, an innovative public school district and the leader of a company make it possible for schools and educators to provide access to education for students everywhere.

Ed Tech Innovators

Some of the world’s leading Ed Tech developers and educators talked about the innovations available now as policymakers, educators and families nationwide race to catch up with a tidal wave of ideas, programs and services for digital learning.

Opening and Introductions by Jeanne Allen, Michael Musante and Michael Moe

Online Learning, Cradle to Career with Jeff Kwitowski and Anne Brown

Different Ways to Deliver Content with Janine Caffrey and Jamey Heit

Brain Science, Stress & Anxiety with Ulrik Christensen

Reskilling the Workforce for a New Age with Ash Kaluarachi, Sam Caucci and Lucilla Crosta.
Followed by Closing Remarks by Michael Moe and Jeanne Allen