Last fall, The Hunt Institute conducted a nationwide survey of voters and parents on perceived challenges and priorities in education. We learned that issues such as learning loss, the digital divide, whole child education, and workforce training were all top of mind for voters. One year later, amid learning loss recovery efforts, highly publicized acts of school-based violence, and growing concerns around mental health, how have public priorities changed? How are states working with parents and families to catalyze real improvements in their education systems? Join The Hunt Institute as we discuss the latest results of our COVID Constituency Voter and Parent Survey, how states are leveraging parent and family voices for change, and how these issues will impact upcoming elections.