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Achieving educational equity requires more than a lens, it requires an equity mindset

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  • Topics

    Racial Equity
  • Author

    Saroja Warner, WestEd

Moving from an equity lens to an equity mindset changes our framing for the work that lies before and ahead of us. An equity mindset, and the  necessary cognitive shifts that accompany it, are needed to normalize a new way of thinking, acting, and doing that will work in the service of  achieving educational equity and eradicating racism at all levels—the personal, structural, and institutional.

August 2021