The Road To Equity®

Learn about equity and what it has to do with
education and the achievement gap.


Our program focuses on The Five C's

Contact us today to begin your journey towards educational equity in your classroom, district, or organization.


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Equity in Education

The Center for Public Education defines the term as follows: "Equity is achieved when all students receive the resources they need so they graduate prepared for success after high school." Equity simply translates to "fairness."

"Equity is the process; equality is the outcome" If the goal is equality, one must travel down the road of equity (The Glossary of Education Reform). The process examines policies, procedures, and practices for equitable outcomes. 


Equality is providing equal opportunities for all students or employees.


Equity is providing each person with the support and resources they need to be successful.

Click  here for Harvard University's "Project Implicit"
Implicit Association Test (IAT)

The Implicit Association Test (IAT) measures attitudes and beliefs that people may be unwilling or unable to report.

The Importance

We focus on equity, diversity, and inclusion because it is the right thing to do. Educational Equity has lasting impacts on communities producing results to change the narrative.

*Increase Economic Footprint
*Innovation & Creativity
*Safer Communities 
*Educated Citizens


Students identified are impacted at a considerably higher rate than their peers due to many barriers and factors.

-English Language Learners
-Foster Children
-Zip Code
-First-Generation College Students
-and more...

Examples of Inequity

Minority Students may face unfair biases and barriers that impede their learning.

English Language Learners may be unable to translate material as easily as someone who is a native English speaker.

Achievement Gap

The achievement gap refers to the academic and/or standardized test scores in comparison to their counterpart peers. 

Equitable Practices

Equitable practices in the classroom, workplace, and community are essential components to ensure everyone is represented at the table. 

How can you assist?

*Implement Restorative Practices
*Implement Culturally-Relevant Pedagogy
*Speak up for Equity
*Make Equity a District or School Initiative 
*Provide training to leaders and staff
*Identify biases and stereotypes
*Involve stakeholders to address needs
*Build relationships with students by understanding who they are as an individual

This is the path to set each person up for success.

Closing the Gaps in Education

Not sure where to start? Contact us today to begin your journey on #TheRoadToEquity.

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