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.

Equity Audits at the School District Level

Equity audits at the school district level

The strength of our nation depends on the strength of our schools, especially those in large urban districts that serve so many of our children.


Up to this point in this book, we have concentrated our discussion of equity audits at the individual campus level. We chose this approach for two reasons. First, most of the interaction we have had with practitioners around our earlier, article-length version of equity audits was with principals, directors of instruction, and others at the campus level who were working to change campuses. Second, the individual campus is properly the site of ground-level action to change what happens between teachers and students, and thus, to change in a ...

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