Educational equity is about doing what is needed for each child—ultimately reducing gaps and improving academic performance. It’s more than how a student does on a test. It’s what we as educators, families, health care providers, and communities do to make it easier for students to learn, feel supported, and access better care. Read about our progress in the articles below.

Racial Literacy in High Schools

Fostering Racial Literacy in High Schools

Fri Jun 22, 2018

During the 11 years that I taught high school English, the racial demographics of the district changed drastically. As the school’s study body changed from 10 percent students of color […]

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Bilingual Language Learning

The Importance of Bilingual Education

Fri Jan 12, 2018

My journey in bilingual education began when I moved to the United States from Peru to pursue my Master’s degree. My initial goal was to return after receiving my degree […]

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