Spotlighting examples of research-based change in education – Student Experience Research Network

EOS featured on Student Experience Research Network’s Inaugural Spotlight Series featuring organizations making research-based change in education.

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Visualizing Every Person: How Disaggregated Data Can Build a More Just World

Watch a recording of Chief Strategy Officer Dr. Sasha Rabkin and Jessica Paulson Senior Director, Reporting & Analytics, of Equal Opportunity Schools, at the Tableau Foundation Virtual Summit. Their session track is titled: “A mirror not a microscope: What has the pandemic taught us about school” and is focused on how school leaders can effectively use data.

EOS’ portion of the recording begins at time stamp 26.59. We encourage you to join the conversation on our social media channels @EqualOppSchools.

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Seizing the moment: Enabling schools to manage COVID-19 using data-driven analysis

Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS), a Seattle-based nonprofit dedicated to improving access for students of color and low-income students, has conducted research throughout the pandemic that assesses remote learning by aggregating various factors of student sentiment, including teacher and principal evaluation, barriers to motivation, and “belonging” as it pertains to their identity, culture, and classroom experience. EOS uses Tableau to relate these factors to one another and gain insights into possible paths for achieving a more comprehensive learning experience for all students.

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How EOS ensures equitable access to education for all students

Equal Opportunity Schools is excited to be featured on Box Blogs ‘Make Mom Proud’ spotlight series.

Through this series, Box will be highlighting the amazing work of the Box community who work hard, day in, and day out, to make the world a better place. Today, a conversation with Dr. Sasha Rabkin, Chief Strategy Officer at Equal Opportunity Schools highlighting how EOS is working tirelessly to close the classroom equity gap that negatively impacts students of color & low-income students.

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