Educators' Journal/Coloring Book
28 Days of Black History Curriculum
As part of the Contemporary Perspectives on Access, Equity, and Achievement series from Information Age Publishing, I recently conducted a multi-city investigation into the state of public education across the United States. Let's Stop Calling It an Achievement Gap highlights the systemic racism and inequities in the American K-12 and higher education systems and encourages educators to consider the external factors that impact student achievement. The book compiles actionable strategies and recommendations from 10 cities across the country, with introductions from leaders in education in each city.
- 'I don't know how to lead for equity; that wasn't part of my program.'
- To Meet State Attainment Goals, Higher Ed Will Have to Get Explicit About Race
- Addressing Mental Health Critical to Boosting Academic Success
- 'De-colonizing the curriculum' critical to improving outcomes for students of color.
- Promoting growth mindset means checking biases at the door
- Revisionist History Detrimental to American Students
- Report: Bachelor's Degrees Don't Protect Black, Hispanic Wealth
- Conversation About Access Can't Stop at Affordability
- Tradition of Exclusion at PWIs Harmful to Diversity