Watch recordings from the Alliance for Resource Equity half-day bootcamp exploring ways advocates, and district and school leaders, can partner to ensuring the best opportunities and outcomes for students.
SESSION I: Making ESSER Dollars Count: Best Practices and Success Stories (Video) SESSION II: Shut Out: Why Black and Latino Students Are Under-Enrolled in AP STEM (Video) SESSION III: Opening Up Worlds: Building a Curriculum That Engages All Students Through Diverse Stories (Video)
Equal Opportunity Schools is supporting The Education Trust in their upcoming half-day workshop, comprised of three sessions, where they’ll dive into some of the key dimensions of resource equity and how state and local advocates can chart a better path forward. Register here to join one or all three of the sessions on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (ET).
SESSION I: Making ESSER Dollars Count: Best Practices and Success Stories (1 – 2 p.m. ET) SESSION II: Shut Out: Why Black and Latino Students Are Under-Enrolled in AP STEM (2:10 – 3 p.m. ET) SESSION III: Opening Up Worlds: Building a Curriculum That Engages All Students Through Diverse Stories (3:10 – 3:55 p.m. ET)
2 in 5 Black and Latino students say they really enjoy #STEM courses and aspire to go to college, but less that 3 percent are enrolling in STEM courses.
Education Trust teamed up with Equal Opportunity Schools to look specifically at access to AP STEM courses. Access the report below or contact us to learn more about the findings and how a partnership can increase participation by your Black and Latino students.
Collectively, We analyzed student survey data, administrative school files, school course enrollment, and interviewed 10 school leaders and educators across six districts.
We found that many aspiring young Black and Latino students across the nation show a love for #science early on and express an interest in pursuing it as a career. They want to discover something new, to make a difference, and to help their families & their communities, like @KizzyPhD.
A new study from The Education Trust finds students voice interest and college aspirations in STEM but are excluded from AP STEM courses
WASHINGTON — Despite students saying that STEM courses are their favorite subject areas and that they aspire to go to college, Black and Latino students and students from low-income backgrounds continue to be excluded from crucial learning opportunities available through AP STEM courses, according to a new report from Education Trust and Equity Opportunity Schools, Shut Out: Why Black and Latino Students are Under-Enrolled in AP STEM Courses.