InForum Series: Atlanta Metro Region

Join community leaders and participate in a discussion on innovative solutions to increase early learning access and strengthen family engagement.


Wednesday, March 6

9:00 am

 – 11:00 am


GSU College of Law Knowles Conference Center
85 Park Pl NE, Atlanta
GA 30303



United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Child Well-Being Index data indicates that significant declines in student’s academic achievement occurred across the region during the pandemic due to school disruptions, inconsistent access to broadband connectivity and online learning resources for both teachers and students. These disruptions have placed immense strain on educators, requiring them to swiftly adapt to new teaching methods and navigate challenges associated with remote learning.

Join us on March 6th for a discussion on innovative solutions aimed at supporting educators amidst the additional stress and workload brought about by these challenges, in order to recruit and retain quality educators who can provide equitable learning opportunities for all students.

United Way of Greater Atlanta’s InForum Series is an open forum and discussion panel event that promotes dialogue and collaboration amongst community leaders regarding the Child Well-Being Index.


Blythe Keeler Robinson
President and CEO
Sheltering Arms


Ken Zeff
Learn 4 Life

Rihana S. Mason
Ph.D. Research Scientist
Urban Child Study Center,
Georgia State University College of Education and Human Development


Thank you to our sponsors

Presenting sponsor
Kaiser Permanente

Gold sponsor
Publix Super Markets Charities

Presenting Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

InForum Series: Atlanta Metro Region