Kids In Need Foundation hosts Champions For Education event on Wednesday, Jan. 27

Minneapolis, Minn. (Jan. 20, 2021)Kids In Need Foundation (KINF), a national nonprofit that believes every child in America deserves equal access to a quality education, will host its inaugural Champions For Education event on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 5:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. CT. The event is free and open to the public. More information and registration can be found on the event website

 

The event will bring together high-profile ambassadors of equality in education and subject matter experts to discuss some of the challenges in the educational ecosystem. Over the last 10 months, as schools and teachers have navigated learning throughout the pandemic, systemic challenges facing the educational ecosystem have been exasperated. The country’s Achievement Gap, Digital Divide, and Student Absenteeism have been magnified as distance learning has become increasingly prevalent. 

 

“Education has rightly been a top news story every day throughout the pandemic. The ever-changing and challenging realities of remote, hybrid, and in-person learning over the last 10 months has dramatically magnified the existing, systematic disparities nationwide,” said Corey Gordon, CEO of KINF. “We are excited to join with these expert speakers and passionate celebrities through our  Champions For Education initiative to address the current landscape of education, how critical it is to find solutions, and how we can come together to level the playing field for all teachers and students across the country.”

 

At Champions For Education, the panel of educational experts and champions will provide insights and solutions as we work together to support teachers and students in underserved schools. Event guests will include: 

 

 

For more information about KINF and its programs, please visit www.kinf.org

 

About Kids In Need Foundation

Kids In Need Foundation (KINF), a nonprofit organization that believes every child in America deserves equal opportunity and access to a quality education, provides the support and tools needed for teachers to teach and learners to learn. By providing essential school supplies, distance learning resources, and other classroom items in high-demand, KINF partners with teachers in underserved schools to ensure students are prepared to learn in the classroom. Through its programs and National Network of Resource Centers,comprised of more than 40 mission-driven organizations nationwide, KINF is able to serve an estimated 5 million students, 200,000 teachers and provide over $100 million in product each year. For more information, visit KINF.org, and join us on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram: @KidsInNeed.

 

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