Countering Racism by Changing Culture and Bridging Opportunity Gaps

Wednesday, November 13

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Countering Racism by Changing Culture and Bridging Opportunity Gaps

Location: Boulevard C (2nd Floor)

Recent EdBuild report research on school racial disparity revealed high-poverty districts that serve mostly students of color receive about $1,600 less per student than the national average, while school districts that are predominately white and poor receive about $130 less. Brown vs. Board of Education overturned school segregation in 1954, but more than half of U.S. students attend “racially concentrated” schools.

Learn about creating a counter-force to systemic racism to influence K-12 school culture and bridge opportunity gaps through enhanced learning programs.

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