While emergencies are impossible to predict, school and district leaders have the skills and savvy to support students and empower classroom teachers following a crisis. Learn how two educators used the tools available in MAP® Growth™ to navigate teaching and learning in the wake of a hurricane and an Ebola virus outbreak in their respective school communities.

Why you should watch

Watch the webinar to learn how to leverage MAP Growth features and reports to close gaps due to unfinished learning following a community crisis or disaster.

Who should watch

  • District leaders
  • School leaders
  • Assessment directors

Learning outcomes

  • How to use specific data and reports to identify students who may need additional support
  • How to leverage goal setting and the learning continuum
  • How MAP Growth supports stability and consistency in the school and classroom
  • Strategies for navigating teaching and learning following a crisis

Learn how MAP Growth can support students with unfinished learning and provide teachers with the trustworthy insights they need.

Dr. Jenny McGown
Superintendent, Klein ISD, Houston

Dr. Jenny McGown has deep roots in the Klein community and has most recently served as deputy superintendent for Klein ISD, a 54,000+-student district in northwest Harris County. She is a dedicated leader who has also served Klein ISD in the roles of chief learning officer, executive director, principal, assistant principal, and classroom teacher.
Jeff Trudeau
Administrator, American International School of Monrovia

Jeff Trudeau has been a respected international educator for almost 30 years, all of which have been in an International School setting. He recently concluded his eight-year tenure in Monrovia in July. Jeff currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Academy of International School Heads which provides focused advocacy, support, and professional development to over 400 school leaders across the world.

After a crisis: Bouncing back with MAP Growth