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Culturally Responsive Practices to Advance Equity

Educators grapple with how to achieve their equity goals for students. A growing body of research points to the use of culturally responsive practices to advance equity. These practices aim to address social barriers believed to contribute to disparities in student outcomes. Using human-centered design principles, this workshop will help participants how to diagnose the challenges they face in achieving their equity goals while identifying steps they can take to accelerate their efforts.

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  1. Participants will explore implications of implementing culturally responsive practices at classroom, school, and district levels.
  2. Participants will conduct an initial self-assessment of their own organization to identify hindrances to implementing these practices.
  3. Participants will develop an initial action plan to take back to their organization to make progress on implementing these practices.



Steven Malick, Research Analyst, Mathematica Policy Research

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