Posts Tagged
‘inequity’

September 4, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Addressing, education, Higher, inequity

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Categories: Special needs education

Prejudice takes many forms. There’s the interpersonal: Entrenched attitudes and preconceived attitudes that support, cause, or justify discrimination. Then there’s structural or systemic discrimination: Embedded in practices and policies that create and perpetuate discrimination which may or not be intentional. Especially invidious is yet another form of prejudice, cultural bias, which takes it for granted that […]

July 9, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: America, COVID, education, Gazette, Harvard, inequity, taught

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Categories: Special needs education

The rate of restricted digital access for households was 42 percent during the shutdown last spring before dropping to about 31 percent in the fall, suggesting school districts have improved their adaptation to distance learning, according to an analysis by the UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge of US Census Data. (In fact, Education Week and […]