Equity Resources for Student-Centered Teaching and Learning

Based upon four principles of student-centered learning and the strategies outlined in Critical Practices for Anti-Bias Education, the following list of resources was compiled to support educators serving our nation’s students, especially those who are traditionally marginalized.

Many practices promote equity and support diversity in the classroom. Educators across the country are working to address cultural sensitivity, decrease bias, build a positive school and classroom culture, and increase student engagement and belonging.

Below are tools, examples and tips to help educators expand their understanding of strategies that promote equity. They are organized into the following topic areas:

  • Instruction
  • Classroom culture
  • Family and community engagement
  • Teacher leadership.

For more background on how we selected these topics, click here.

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