Make equity the norm in your school or district. Evident Equity provides a comprehensive method that leaders can use to integrate equitable practices into every facet of their school communities and offers real-life examples at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
- Understand the role that leadership plays in maintaining equitable school practices.
- Learn how to use coalitions to enable equity work.
- Explore equity from the top down, including at the district, school, and classroom levels.
- Examine ways to embed equity into the everyday practice of schools, making it the expectation.
- Discover how to stand firm in equitable practices, even in the face of resistance.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Organizational Equity: Get Close and Get Specific
Chapter 2: Shared Equity: Build a Coalition and Build Capacity
Chapter 3: Structured Equity: Work the System
Chapter 4: Evident Equity: Live It Out
Chapter 5: Stand Firm: Equity Leadership in the Face of Resistance
Appendix A: Sample Policies and Resolutions
Appendix B: Suggested Further Reading and Resource Lists
- Figure 3.2: Reflection questions for identifying stakeholders
- Figure 3.3: Equity shifts for teams and formally arranged spaces
- American Federation of Teachers: Immigrant and Refugee Children
- American Indians in Children’s Literature
- Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ Students
- Black Lives Matter Resolution
- Colorin Colorado! ELL Strategies and Best Practices
- Colorin Colorado! Immigration Guide
- Courageous Conversations About Race
- Creating Safer Spaces for LGBTQ Youth
- Dancing Guy
- Dual Capacity-Building Framework for Family-School Partnerships
- Embrace Race
- English Language Learners: What You Need to Know
- Equal Justice Initiative
- Equity Impact Analysis Tool
- Equity Policy for Cincinnati Public Schools
- Identity Mapping
- Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium
- New Team Habits
- Parent Teacher Home Visit Project
- PFLAG: Guide to Being a Straight Ally
- Responding to Children’s Questions on LGBTQ Topics
- Responding to Hate and Bias at School
- School Mural
- School Reform Initiative
- Supporting Refugee Children and Students
- Transgender Policy for Frederick County Schools
- U.S. Department of Education: Toolkit
- We Need Diverse Books