Expanding Educational Equity: A New Paradigm to Ensure Literacy for All
Educational equity is at the forefront of many academic conversations right now. Understanding how far we’ve come can help us create a path forward toward equity for all within the classroom. Literacy is a cornerstone to equity, along with thoughtful instruction, cultural awareness, and digital accessibility.
In this on-demand webinar, educational expert Kerri Larkin dives into educational equity through a lens of (1) instructional, (2) cultural, and (3) digital equity. When combined with the instructional core model, this novel approach offers a comprehensive and measurable solution with the potential to profoundly impact academic success for all students.
Learn more about the history of educational equity and the steps the education community can take to improve equity for all our students in “Expanding Educational Equity: A New Paradigm to Ensure Literacy for All.” With a fresh perspective on the science of reading, culturally responsive pedagogy, and digital accessibility, educational leaders can ensure “literacy for all” in their schools, districts, and states.
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