A New Paradigm for Expanding Educational Equity
There is a new way to define and measure our progress toward educational equity in literacy. Get a first glimpse at how improving instructional, cultural, and digital equity across the instructional core (teacher, student, and content) can lead to long-term equitable outcomes for students.
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