Equity & Inclusion

  • Top 7 things districts should know about civil rights in the 21st century

    Top 7 things districts should know about civil rights in the 21st century

    AALRR provides legal tools and practical guidance to achieve excellence.

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  • How can California be a beacon on a hill if it’s leaving its students at the base of the mountain?

    How can California be a beacon on a hill if it’s leaving its students at the base of the mountain?

    In California, the number of students of color and low-income who are admitted to and complete college are still too few.

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  • “The arc of the moral universe is bent toward justice”: An interview with Gary Howard

    “The arc of the moral universe is bent toward justice”: An interview with Gary Howard

    Gary Howard speaks about what the current political and educational climate means for progress toward educational equity.

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  • How similarities could improve teacher-student relationships

    How similarities could improve teacher-student relationships

    Positive relationships can lead to better educational outcomes for adolescent students.

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  • Title IX Toolkit

    Title IX Toolkit

    Title IX prohibits any educational program or activity that receives federal funding from discriminating against any person on the basis of sex.

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  • Why is it important to understand and develop a student's emotional intelligence?

    Why is it important to understand and develop a student's emotional intelligence?

    MeTEOR Education discusses emotional intelligence and its effects in the classroom and in the long run for students.

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  • Unlocking Learning II Report

    Unlocking Learning II Report

    Second in a series exploring English learner equity in California schools, a new report highlights how students learning English are faring in math classrooms across the state.

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  • Math equity toolkit

    Math equity toolkit

    Edtrust-West offers a math equity toolkit for closing gaps for California’s English and mathematics learners.

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  • Parents' Guide to the Visual and Performing Arts in California Public Schools

    Parents' Guide to the Visual and Performing Arts in California Public Schools

    California Statewide Arts Education Coalition and California State PTA offer this arts curriculum guide for parents and education advocates.

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  • Trauma Informed Practices

    Trauma Informed Practices

    Explaining Trauma-Informed Practices, including the ACES Study, the neurology of the mind, and direct application for school sites regarding staff and students.

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  • Equity and sustainable achievement for all students

    Equity and sustainable achievement for all students

    Understanding the role of leadership and instruction transformation.

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  • Some progress on NAEP, yet persistent gaps are a call to action for California

    Some progress on NAEP, yet persistent gaps are a call to action for California

    A statement on a statewide equity issue, made by Ryan J. Smith, Executive Director of The Education Trust–West.

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  • Struggling readers, reading practice, and growth

    Struggling readers, reading practice, and growth

    ACSA partner4purpose Renaissance discusses data-driven ways to help students who struggle with reading and literacy.

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  • Motivating readers: Goals, choice, and reading growth

    Motivating readers: Goals, choice, and reading growth

    Renaissance discusses research on motivation increasing reading frequency, and more.

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  • The social-emotional skill of perspective taking

    The social-emotional skill of perspective taking

    The capacity to make sense of another person’s thoughts and feelings underlies a host of social-emotional learning outcomes.

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  • For too many students, school is the only place they receive love

    For too many students, school is the only place they receive love

    Flippen Group asks: How can we hope to develop children’s minds when their most basic emotional needs are going unmet every day?

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  • STEM for all: Creating a healthy STEM ecosystem

    STEM for all: Creating a healthy STEM ecosystem

    Demand is growing for a strong STEM workforce, and it all starts with great K-12 education.

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  • Demystifying student engagement

    Demystifying student engagement

    Engagement has become a buzzword that is grossly overused and misinterpreted in education. Discovery Education provides a resource on student engagement.

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  • 7 ways to prevent bullying behavior

    7 ways to prevent bullying behavior

    Seven ideas to subvert some dominant paradigms about how we currently are dealing—or not dealing—with bullying in our schools today.

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  • 5 monitoring techniques that deepen student learning

    5 monitoring techniques that deepen student learning

    5 monitoring techniques that teachers are using to deepen student learning:

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