This resource demonstrates how equity audits can support increased achievement for all students, regardless of socio-economic class, and provides “inequity indicators” for evaluating your school.



When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don't adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.


In the previous eleven chapters of this book, we have laid out what we hope is a coherent set of actions that campus and district leaders can first use to assess their campuses and then to plan change for their schools to become more equitable and just places. The first step in this series of actions is, of course, the equity audit itself. We began our book by giving the history and background of the equity-audit concept and also making the case for the need for systemic equity. Next, we explained in detail the three main components of our version of equity audits: teacher quality equity, programmatic ...

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