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Equal Opportunity Schools Selects Andrew Cooper as Vice President of Technology

Andrew Cooper Vice President of Technology, Technology Solutions

We are proud to welcome our new Vice President of Technology, Andrew Cooper. Andrew is a valuable addition to our team. His experience in technology and leadership extends more than 20 years. He has worked as a Survey Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, and Technical Division Vice President.

“We could not be more excited,” Equal Opportunity Schools President Dr. Sasha Rabkin remarks. “Throughout our interview process, Andrew demonstrated a deep and abiding curiosity about our unique challenges and opportunities. His answers and questions highlighted a sincere and thoughtful approach to the ways in which technology can enable us to fulfill our mission.”

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Access Recordings: A Better New Normal: Local Voices on Rigor, Representation, and a Path Forward

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)

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Equal Opportunity Schools Welcomes Three New Members to Board of Directors

Seattle, WA – Equal Opportunity Schools announces the appointment of Marcus Knight, Janet Olson, and Darrell Powell to its Board of Directors. Knight, Olson, and Powell will begin their three-year terms on October 1, 2022, joining eight existing members.

“Marcus, Janet, and Darrell’s achievements in their respective fields of Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Finance will add a tremendous contribution to our scaling and impact on the lives of students of color and low-income students,” said EOS CEO Eddie Lincoln. “We are excited to learn from their unique experiences.”

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A Better New Normal: Local Voices on Rigor, Representation, and a Path Forward

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)

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Juneteenth – Freedom Day

Juneteenth is the date news of slavery’s end reached slaves in the southwest states and celebrates African American freedom, culture, and influence across our nation. Join EOS to ensure Black and Brown students have equitable access to education. #Juneteenth2022 #Juneteenth

Join Equal Opportunity Schools and share how you’ll celebrate Juneteenth. Tweet us @EqualOppSchools.

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