Tag: equity

Centering on Students: Empowering Learning Experiences Wanted

(April 2023) Ayanna Cooper finds out what newcomer students really need

BRIEF: English Learner Funding Equity and Adequacy in K–12 Education

Introduction In a rural part of northwest Alabama sits...

Educating Boys and Young Men of Color, Persistence, Preservation and Preparation

(March 2023) Ayanna Cooper finds out why Ron Walker prioritizes the social–emotional learning of young Black men

Transcending Time, History, and Race through ‘Place’

(February 2023) Ayanna Cooper and John Brown celebrate Black History Month with a bonanza of resources to aid experiential learning

Keying In K–12 Equity

This is the fourth school year educators, students, families, and administrators will be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. While recent data from NWEA shows...

Ghana–Reflections from a Homegoing

(December 2022) Chanda Austin recounts her lifechanging journey to Africa

Program Models over Potluck

(November 2022) Ayanna Cooper emphasizes the importance of using instruction models that suit particular students but always believing in their potential for success

Revolutionizing Language Acquisition Programs through Leadership Coaching

(October 2022) Ayanna Cooper interviews Rachelle Nelson about her role coaching school leaders who serve multilingual learners

United for Bilingual Education

(September 2022) Juan Valdez, Diane Rodríguez, and Elisa Alvarez report on the movement to establish the Dominican Republic as a truly bilingual society

STEM Is Not Only a Course, It’s an Experience

(August 2022) Darlyne de Haan argues that we must be explicitly intentional to open up the opportunity of STEM to English learners
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