Wisconsin's Model for Culturally Responsive Practice explains that educational equity is built through experiences and actions representing will, fill, and skill.
- "Will" helps us develop a desire to lead and engage in equity work by building self-awareness and our belief that all students will learn.
- During "fill" we gain cultural knowledge about the communities we serve.
- "Skill" is a time to apply our knowledge to transform our educational system for equity.
This challenge - which provides the foundation for all challenges - supports us in identifying actions that represent will, fill, and/or skill.