Being bold and speaking out against educational inequity will require courageous conversations

Breaking the cycle of educational inequity


Being bold and speaking out against educational inequity will require courageous conversations

While gaps in technology access were highlighted during the pandemic, many school and district leaders are trying to make strides with an even older issue: battling educational inequity for children of all races and economic backgrounds.

In the edWebinar “Leading for Equity: Pursuing an Equity Agenda,” Dr. Frank Barnes, Chief Equity and Accountability Officer, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS), and Kimberly Vaught, Principal, Allenbrook Elementary School, discussed their approach
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