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.
Wednesday Oct 27, between 1:25 and 2:10 PM EST.
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Changing the culture of a school takes patience, determination, and thoughtfulness. Come hear from one of our partners as they share how partnering with EOS has helped facilitate their equity work, change adult and student mindsets, and ultimately shift the culture of who belongs in AP/IB/AICE classes. Register to Watch Now.
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Did you know that more than 850,000 underserved students aren’t in AP/IB classes nationwide? We can help your district fix that. Register to Watch Now.
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Join the conversation as we listen to the team from Equal Opportunity Schools, Pasco County Schools, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as they present: “From Ripples to Waves: Creating a Culture of Equity” at the NABSE Southeast Regional Virtual Conference April 30-May 1.
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Centerville High School students are seeing more opportunities for Advanced Placement (AP) courses as administrators and teachers work to expand course offerings in an effort to match students’ interests in high-level content.
In 2019, the district began a partnership with Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS), whose mission is to ensure students of color and low-income students have equitable access to academically intense high school programs. CHS and EOS surveyed students and teachers about a wide variety of topics, including future goals, current interests, perceived academic strengths, possible barriers to learning, and trusted adults on staff.
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