Research on Education Strategies to
Advance Recovery and Turnaround
Actionable Insights from Research and Practice to Support Pandemic Recovery
Join the RESTART Network, funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), for the Actionable Insights from Research and Practice to Support Pandemic Recovery Forum, an in-person convening at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) headquarters in Arlington, VA.
During the 2024 National Network Forum, researchers, policymakers, leaders, and practitioners will join to discuss accelerating student learning, fostering student connectedness and social emotional learning, and emerging research related to pandemic recovery.
There is a continuing need to address pandemic-related disruptions in student achievement and to identify successful strategies for supporting schools in their recovery efforts. The PreK–12 Research on Education Strategies to Advance Recovery and Turnaround (RESTART) Network is part of a larger set of federally funded grant programs designed to generate and share evidence-based strategies with the goal of accelerating academic recovery in the wake of the pandemic.
This Forum will create opportunities to engage with and learn from the experiences and perspectives of a community of stakeholders focused on accelerating student learning in schools and districts throughout the nation.
When: April 23 - 24, 2024
Where: American Institutes for Research Headquarters, Arlington, VA
Cost: There is no cost to attend the RESTART Network Forum.
Travel & Hotel: The RESTART Network is able to support travel and hotel on April 23 for those who need accommodations. Please let us know if you need travel and hotel coverage when you register.