Equity-Centered Capacity Building for Stronger Schools – Podcast Episode 165 | Classnotes Podcast 165
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Essential Approaches for Excellence & Sustainable School System Transformation
The Equity-Centered Capacity Building Network (ECCBN) journal addressing systems capacity building approaches that drive both equity and excellence
Courage to Connect: A Quality Schools Action Framework™
IDRA’s latest book shows how communities and schools can work together to strengthen their capacity to be successful with all of their students.
Infographic on the Six Generations of Civil Rights and Educational Equity
Since 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education Supreme Court ruling, great strides have been made in schools. But the fact remains that equity in schools has still not been reached. But for students – who by virtue of their race, ethnic background, sex or national origin are deprived of their civil rights and an equal opportunity to a quality education – equity is a promise they are depending on for their future. Ever since the landmark ruling, our nation has progressed through a series of phases – or generations – of civil rights in education.
Six Goals of Education Equity
Every child in each school district, of any background, should have the chance to excel. Schools must ensure that all students are on track to graduate, prepared for college. To help schools and communities look together at these goals and create a plan of action, the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity has outlined Six Goals of Educational Equity that school personnel and communities can use as a yardstick to measure their progress and as a lightning rod to galvanize change.
Equal Access to a Quality Education – The Civil Rights Issue of Our Generation
Dr. María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel keynote, March 29, 2011
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