As the pandemic continues to exacerbate and extend issues in education, topics such as critical race theory and masking have dominated headlines. Yet, polls have shown that issues such as unfinished learning and social and emotional wellbeing, among others, are primary concerns among parents. With billions in federal funding allocated to states, policymakers have an opportunity to include parents at the table to make bold changes in education systems. What do parents really want to see in their schools? How can policymakers and school leaders cut through the headlines to effectively amplify parent and family voices in data-driven decision-making? Join us for a conversation in partnership with the National Parents Union around how education systems can appropriately leverage parent engagement to transform education for the better.