New Equity in Education Playbooks out Now
This month we released actionable playbooks for five pillars of equity in education.
These playbooks highlight exemplar models, provide policy recommendations, and point to additional resources to learn more about overcoming the barriers to equity in our education system. They can be used by both advocates who are already working on these issues, and newcomers seeking to improve equity in education systems.
Click the link now to view them, and to help us share them far and wide.
Quiz Question of the Month
Don’t forget to scroll down for the answer! (Or click here for the full story.)
Come Boogie with us this Week!
You’re invited to jam out with The Runaway Grooms on Battery 621 rooftop in downtown Denver Thursday, June 23rd. Tickets are $25 and include free beer all night and access to onsite food trucks. All money raised will go directly to benefit First Descents and America Succeeds programs.
On the blog: Student Story
We know that sometimes, individual stories of #durableskills in education can be hard to tell.
So we’re thrilled to share our first in a new series from a student at One Stone Inc. in Idaho. We hope that by sharing her experience we can all better understand their importance, and work together to embed them even faster into all classroom curriculums.
The answer to this month’s quiz is B., but we are sure the Superintendent would agree all answers would be useful durable skills for his students!