Equity, It’s Not Just an Add-on

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- Add to Calendar 2022-07-21 14:00:00 2022-07-21 15:00:00 Equity, It’s Not Just an Add-on The overarching purpose of equity in education is fairness - making sure that each student receives what they need to succeed. Given the growing number of historically underserved students who are entering higher education institutions, it is increasingly important to focus on how by incorporating equity, all students have an equal chance of academic success. Learn more about how to create promising equitable practices while eliminating processes and procedures that no longer serve our students, and what we can do for ourselves and each other to advance equity and eradicate inequities in higher education. Free registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The overarching purpose of equity in education is fairness - making sure that each student receives what they need to succeed. Given the growing number of historically underserved students who are entering higher education institutions, it is increasingly important to focus on how by incorporating equity, all students have an equal chance of academic success. Learn more about how to create promising equitable practices while eliminating processes and procedures that no longer serve our students, and what we can do for ourselves and each other to advance equity and eradicate inequities in higher education. Free registration.


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