All students have the potential to grow and develop academically. However, some practices in U.S. educational systems reflect inequitable approaches for educating students. Educational equity is impacted by many contributing factors such as race, gender, socio-economic status, language proficiency, learning disability status, and other social and cultural factors. In this edWebinar, the presenters will explore a variety of policies and practices that aim to address the foundational challenges of achieving educational equity in the United States. They will also highlight ways educators can address equity in their districts, schools, and classrooms.
This free webinar is designed for preK through middle school teachers, and school and district leaders and administrators. It will take place on April 8th, at 4pm EDT. Registration in advance is required.
Host Organization: EdWeb