5 Steps for Liberating Public Education From Its Deep Racial Bias

National Equity Project Executive Director LaShawn Routé Chatmon and Regional Director Kathleen Osta authored a piece in this week’s Education Week newspaper on 5 Steps for Liberating Public Education From Its Deep Racial Bias. The article outlines ways to implement social emotional learning in service of educational equity. Read the full article here or in this week’s Education Week.

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Also check out The Aspen Institute for Education and Society’s Call to Action: Pursuing Social and Emotional Development Through a Racial Equity Lens to help identify ways in which equity and social, emotional, and academic development can be mutually reinforcing.

About Sara Gray

Director of Communications & Marketing at the National Equity Project www.nationalequityproject.org
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