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Equity Every Day

Teaching—and leading—for equity is an ongoing process: There is no “mountaintop” to reach, no flag to plant. Equity isn’t just an initiative; it’s a way of being and leading. This issue will seek to unpack how racism, sexism, ablism, classism, and other marginalizing ideologies can be woven into the fabric of classrooms, schools, and districts and, conversely, how schools can extricate themselves from these patterns through conscious actions and systemic changes. A key focus will be on envisioning school improvement and instructional practice through an antiracist lens. The goal will be to help school leaders and educators learn how to detect—and most importantly, disrupt—systems of oppression and unfairness in their daily structures and ensure that all students get the care and opportunities they need to realize their full potential.

Submissions Deadline: September 1, 2021



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