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Equity Mini-Challenges

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Educational equity means that every student has access to the educational resources and rigor they need at the right moment in their education across race, gender, ethnicity, language, disability, sexual orientation, family background and/ or family income (Aspen Institute & CCSSO, 2017, p. 3).

Equity mini-challenges are designed to increase your understanding with and engagement in striving for equitable teaching and learning through reflection, new learning, and application.
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Expand Your Social Media Feeds

Diversity in your social media feeds give you a variety of perspectives on issues that matter to you and to others. Further, it can help you...
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Explore Your Implicit Bias

Implicit bias “refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner” (Kirwan...
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A Conversation with White People on Race

  Blair Foster and Michèle Stephenson created an Op-Doc for the New York Times to address the question, “Why do so many white people find it...
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Color Blind or Color Brave?: Learning with Mellody Hobson

When we are color brave we include race in conversations in order to better understand each other, which creates meaningful human interactions and...
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Four Agreements: Supporting Conversation about Equity

The Four Agreements (adapted by the Wisconsin RtI Center from the National Equity Project and Pacific Education Group) support us in talking about...
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Will, Fill, Skill: Wisconsin's Model to Inform Culturally Responsive Practices

Wisconsin's Model for Culturally Responsive Practice explains that educational equity is built through experiences and actions representing will,...