As an educator, one of your greatest desires is to see your students succeed.
Though this is the ultimate goal, there are barriers to opportunity that exist for students throughout your school building. Join #EqualOpportunitySchools and a panel of expert educators as we engage in our two-part webinar series to discuss ways to reengage, reconnect with, and recenter students in the new year. Register here: https://bit.ly/33kj860
Barriers to Belonging Watch Now
Decoding Student Aspirations 2/16 @ 9 AM PST
According to our research, there is a gap of at least 25% in upper-level course participation between white students and students of color. #EqualOpportunitySchools invites #Superintendents and #Principals to attend an upcoming Learning Session. You will hear about methods and best practices that our partner schools have adopted to close their gaps in rigorous course participation. For attending, you’ll receive a post event gift card for a meal on us. Register now:https://bit.ly/33kj860
Seattle Mayor-elect Bruce Harrell has named Equal Opportunity Schools Interim CEO Eddie Lincoln as one of our four co-chairs that will lead his transition efforts. “Having leadership at the top that accurately reflects our communities is what is needed to ensure all voices are heard, and the best outcomes are reached,” Eddie shares. “It is my honor to help lead and organize this effort.”
Dr. Holly Karakos, Dr. Sasha Rabkin, Kim Thomas and Alison Gazarek of Equal Opportunity Schools will present: Mirrors, Not Microscopes: The Cues and Conditions of Belonging in AP at the College Board Forum 2021. This workshop will present the findings of one of the largest analyses of belonging in AP courses ever conducted. Using survey, demographic, and achievement data from over 90,000 students of color and low-income students in AP, Equal Opportunity Schools has developed a one-of-a-kind measure of the Cues, Experiences, and Conditions of Belonging.