Saturday / April 13

Ground Lesson Plans in Equity and Acceleration to Address Unfinished Learning By Sonya Murray and Gwendolyn Y. Turner  As educators gather the shattered pieces from a broken, unprecedented time in education, research suggests more students are experiencing unfinished learning. According to NAEP reading and mathematics data, scores

Crises often amplify inequities that are hidden from view-especially for historically marginalized students from linguistically and culturally diverse populations.  Rather than focus on what we perceive is wrong or broken, we can achieve much greater success by tapping into the tremendous strengths and capacities of

Beginning in March 2020 and continuing to the present, educators across the nation have shown remarkable resilience, creativity, and compassion as they work to educate their students. The COVID-19 pandemic and the dramatic shift to virtual and hybrid learning have revealed and exacerbated educational inequities