NNSTOY's 2021 National Summit on Student and Teacher Resilience and Well-Being

July 13, 2021

This one-day event contributes to a national conversation about the importance of focusing on the social-emotional health and well-being of students, teachers, school leaders, and community members for the crucial 2021-2022 school year.

Learn Together, Lead Together
The impacts on two separate school years by pandemic disruptions create never before experienced challenges and stresses on our nation’s education system this coming fall 2021 school year. Students, teachers, education support professionals, families, and school administrators across the country need a thoughtful, flexible, and unified education strategy that fosters resiliency and well-being to address our national education recovery and the inequities experienced by our most marginalized students, BIPOC, and students from low-income families. Yet, still, even in moments of crisis our educators manage to do what they do best: teach and care for students. Recovery requires a bold vision for the future grounded in equity from teacher leaders, and an unwavering commitment to protecting the emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing of students.

The Summit will:
- Address the importance of student and teacher well-being and resilience within teaching and learning after the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Focus on strategies for achieving equity for BIPOC and low-income students, especially during this critical 2021-2022 school year.
- Highlight exemplars and share best practices for teaching and learning that fosters and ensure student and teacher well-being and resilience.

Conference Details
Registration will be open to teachers across the country. The event will include keynote speakers, a Teacher, Student, Policymaker, Parent Roundtable, and professional development breakout sessions. More information will be coming soon.