Watch our on-demand webinar as part of the FACTS Education Solutions Online Instruction series featuring Dr. Patrick Haggarty, president of FACTS Education Solutions.
COVID-19 and its subsequent economic impact has certainly affected the education environment of our schools — our students, our teachers, and our administrators. These are difficult times for all of us. Working together, we will look back on the spring of 2020 with mutual admiration at our collective efforts to overcome the obstacles before us.
In this presentation, “The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act: Provisions That Apply to Private and Faith-based Schools,” Dr. Patrick Haggarty will share current information and insight into the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act for nonprofit organizations. He will also review the Education Stabilization Fund, a provision of the CARES Act, for private and faith-based schools, including its impact and implications on equitable participation for private school children and teachers.
Dr. Patrick Haggarty’s education career began as a classroom teacher. His professional experience includes teaching K-8, high school, and graduate school students. While refining his teaching skill set, he continued to pursue advanced education, earning both his masters and doctoral degrees.
Prior to becoming the president of FACTS Education Solutions, Dr. Haggarty was a high school principal, a K-12 school system president, and superintendent of the Catholic Dioceses of Montana, followed by superintendent of the Archdiocese of Seattle, where he provided guidance to 74 schools and represented 22,000 students throughout western Washington.
Dr. Haggarty is a firm believer in the importance of a values-based education for children and families, as well as building relationships to broaden the circle of influence for private school success.