Equity & Access
Equity and access follows schools, frameworks and leaders who put equity at the center of what they do to create a level playing field for all students and remove any implicit bias in the curriculum or way that it’s taught. In a time of highlighted inequities, this is the most important work in education.
To celebrate Women's History Month, Christy Pierce shares how high schools can put programs in place with young women in mind.
Learning organizations must become agile, iterative practices for newly designed pathways, and experimentation to scale promising systems rooted in data.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to support educators and the creation of learning opportunities for each student–and educators are already using AI to adapt their work.
The role of competencies has become increasingly important as employers, students and educators realize the impact of transferable skill deficit in young people. The challenge, however, becomes implementation.
I walked into an 8th-grade classroom engaged in introspection, reflection, and metacognition. Here's what else I saw.
Community engagement and collaboration is essential in both planning and implementing Graduate Profiles in order to fulfill the promise articulated in your profile. ACE Leadership HS partners with the community in a variety of ways; this blog focuses on a specific strategy to collaborate on curriculum design and project planning that can be adapted in many settings.
Data can be a powerful tool for education improvement, but school systems need help to ensure that educators and administrators have access to timely, accurate, and actionable data, as well as the analytical skills needed to leverage it in meaningful ways. The Project Unicorn coalition is working to ensure that the promise of education data is not a myth, but an everyday reality.
What Happens When AI Doesn’t Understand Students? An example for creative and equitable AI policy in education
Artificial Intelligence (AI) bias is a challenge for the broad adoption of AI-based solutions in the classroom. Speech recognition technologies offer a specific example of where we can start crafting specific policy and solutions for developing effective and equitable education technologies to support teachers and improve student outcomes.