- Our education system produces inequitable outcomes–it’s time to change that
- See article: How to work for equity of access in classrooms
- See article: How schools can help students overcome the digital divide
- For more news on equity, visit eSN’s Educational Leadership page
As we all struggle down the path toward true educational inclusion, we are confronted with four pillars of equity as described by Rochelle Guiterize: Access, Success, Power and Identity.
Educators with a mind towards equity typically excel at access. Opening doors to all students is an obvious move. However, we must continually push systems so that all students are able to be successful in spaces where they have ownership and feel a sense of belonging (identity). Otherwise, equity and inclusion are still just a dream. …Read More