Aired January 28th
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University and district leaders, educators, school IT professionals and disability coordinators are facing higher expectations for effective hybrid and online learning in 2021.

Hear from education experts and influencers, Dr. Misty Cobb, Scott Ready and Bethany Stoltz, on how to address and meet these expectations. They’re working with universities and K-12 schools on meeting the new needs of students.



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Dr. Misty Cobb, EdD, MBA

Transformational education & technology expert

Cobb is a trusted education and technology leader in K-12 and higher education. Cobb works with K-12 and higher education leaders on best practices for using technology to provide accessible and equitable learning opportunities for all students. Previously she served as a business education teacher in Alabama, where her program earned recognition as a Top 10 program in the state. While working in K-12 public education, Cobb had the opportunity to support the district as a technology coordinator and member of the School Improvement Team. Cobb earned her Doctor of Education from the University of Alabama where her research centered on transformational learning in faculty professional development.

Scott Ready

Accessibility Evangelist and Senior Customer Success Manager, Verbit

Ready has served the education industry for 20+ years and worked for 35+ years in accessibility. Ready studied at Columbia International University and the University of Central Missouri. Ready’s first language is American Sign Language, and he has been part of the deaf community through his parents, who are both deaf, since birth. His parents were teachers at the Missouri School for the Deaf.

Bethany Stoltz

Customer Success Manager, Verbit

Stoltz is a K-12 and higher education influencer, working with educational institutions to help them bring their accessibility plans to life. In addition to serving as a former 6th grade math teacher in the state of Florida, Stoltz has significant experience working with district and school leaders in curriculum implementation across urban, rural and suburban environments. Bethany supported some of the nation’s largest districts in their shift to student-centered school environments through leader and teacher professional development and strategic planning.

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