Expanding Educational Equity in No Uncertain Terms: Equity Begins With High-Quality Instruction for All Students
Equity begins with high-quality instruction for all students. Unfortunately, not all students have access to the same high-quality instruction and resources. This is especially true for students from historically underserved communities. Discover how Lexia is expanding the definition of equity in education into a new framework that includes instructional equity, cultural equity, and digital equity.
Based on rigorous research, this novel approach represents a new way of thinking about equity more systematically that, when implemented effectively, has the potential to profoundly impact academic success for all students. This Education Insight will focus on how to expand instructional equity.
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