At 4.0, designing at the margins means engaging founders in how identity intersects with equity and centering the unique needs of the community they wish to serve.
One can facilitate conversations about postsecondary pathways within the classroom, empowering young people to share findings, feelings and hopes about their future.
In America, there are several sources of inequities in wealth and income but Tom looks to uncover what might be the biggest source of inequity—school funding.
Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles discuss how we must dismantle the machine that is schooling and emancipate equity for learning justice.
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