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    Districts across the country are conducting equity audits to understand the inequities that exist in their policies, practices, and curriculum. Equity audits are a valuable leadership tool used to ...

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    Every year when February rolls around, I notice the same thing time and time again: all my internet ads turn toward Black history, the commercials on tv highlight historic Black icons, and even the ...

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    Our return to brick and mortar schooling is upon us and like any back-to-school season, we are filled with anticipation, hope, and curiosity. To finally have our classrooms filled with children is a ...

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    These past 18 months have provided me with the opportunity to learn several important life lessons. Many of these have been around the issues of systemic racism. I deepened my understanding of how ...

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    During a recent car ride to New York, I sat in the passenger’s seat while the driver kicked the speed up several notches out of my comfort zone, to better accommodate our time schedule. After ...

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    Have you ever wondered why you can recall the lyrics from jingles you sang along to as a child? For instance, most 80s babies will remember, “My buddy, my buddy. Wherever I go he goes.” This is not ...

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    We’re at a pivotal moment of change in education where we can recalibrate and reimagine what education can mean for Black, Brown, and White students. Now more than ever, we are aware that the way we ...

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    In my first year of teaching, I taught a kindergarten class of eighteen students. If someone asked me about my class I’d first tell them about the small class size, then I’d share that twelve of the ...

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    The team at LINC had the honor to partner with a smart group of experienced racial equity scholars and facilitators to create a compelling set of resources to help educators in the pursuit of a more ...

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    Guidance for Equitably Supporting Families in Remote Learning

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    There are currently 1.26 billion learners out of school -- an educational disruption that has never before been experienced in the world. Many school districts have transitioned to remote learning. ...

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    Our world has shifted again. We were already dealing with the repercussions of COVID-19 and the huge impact it made on classrooms and learning. Equity issues that have existed for dozens of years ...

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    Cómo continuar apoyando la diversidad de los estudiantes en el hogar: orientación esencial para padres y cuidadores Como ex maestra de primaria, sé cuán diversos eran mis alumnos en mi salón de ...

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