(Brighton, Colorado) — Steve House, the Republican nominee for Colorado’s 6th Congressional District of the United States Congress will be discussing the short and long term impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on education.

Joining Steve to discuss these impacts and the possibility that public schools and universities could remain closed into the next academic year will be CU Regent John Carson and Dr. Chris Fiedler, School Superintendent for 27J, one of the biggest school districts in CD6.

You are invited to join us on Friday May 1st from 5:00pm to 6pm on either or  CaucusRoom/House4co.

Many educators remain cautiously optimistic that Colorado schools will be able to open in August, but with continued social distancing and other precautions. There’s no denying that the new school year is in limbo. “In whatever form students return in the fall, it won’t be the same the past,” said Steve House. “And it’s important that we remember that the experience of education is often as valuable as the knowledge itself in the development of a well-rounded citizen.”

Steve and his guests will discuss the possibility of returning to school with staggered schedules, physically distancing within the classroom, reducing cafeteria, gym and recess.  They will talk about how best to prepare students for the upcoming school year how to get the most from remote and on-line learning. They will also talk about the unique pressures of college students.

Steve House is a life-long advocate, successful entrepreneur and innovative healthcare expert.  He presents a groundbreaking vision of economic development for Colorado that partners with high-tech companies, wealth managers and the federal government to create a boom in new construction, entrepreneurship, advanced education and homeownership.

Steve House has outlined many bold ideas for Colorado at his website

For Immediate Release