5 edition of Equity and access to education found in the catalog.
by Asian Development Bank, Comparative Education Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong in Manila, Philippines, Hong Kong
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-84) and index.
|Series||Eduation in developing Asia ;, v. 4.|
|Contributions||Asian Development Bank., Comparative Education Research Centre.|
|LC Classifications||LC213.3.A78 L43x 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||2003475432|
Practices that support access and equity require comprehensive understanding. These practices include, but are not limited to, holding high expectations, ensuring access to high-quality mathematics curriculum and instruction, allowing adequate time for students to learn, placing appropriate emphasis on differentiated processes that broaden students' productive engagement with mathematics, and. A Just Education as Compared to Educational Equity and Equality. In contrast to equality and equity, a just education is focused on ensuring that each student has the opportunities to find, figure out, and develop their skills and abilities based on their values and their communities’ values. A just education does not assume the same means or.
The issues raised in this book — funding, outreach, engagement of immigrant families — have yet to be fully explored with an equity lens. Within these broad topics, this book brings to the surface the equity and access challenges as well as posit solutions and strategies. partner in this work, a list of aligned works from other leaders committed to advancing equity in education follows. Equity Partners: The Education Trust Leadership for Educational Equity National Equity Project AUTHORS Bruce Atchison is the director of the Early Learning Institute at Education Commission of the States.
(“Education and Equity”), students in some groups, such as those from low-income communities, demonstrate signiﬁcantly lower levels of achievement. This is especially true of achievement in the domain of mathematics (). In this position paper, we address issues regarding equity inFile Size: 2MB. The Foundation for Ensuring Access and Equity is a non-profit (c)(3) Community-based Organization (CBO).Our Coalition for College Access CCID # Our mission is to provide research-based and research-responsive information and strategies to assist families, schools, and communities with making informed choices relating to college readiness, planning, and vision is .
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Equity and Access to Education: Themes, Tensions, and Policies (Education in Developing Asia, Volume 4) Paperback – September 1, by W O Lee (Author), Asian Development Bank (Creator)Cited by: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be Paperback – November 6, Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - /5(51). Everette Surgenor’s new book titled Creating Educational Access, Equity and Opportunity For All presents a compelling vision for the future of education.
Surgenor’s vision, however, cannot become reality unless there are thousands of educators with the courage, passion, and vision to take action to transform their school : Paperback.
International Perspectives in Higher Education: Balancing Access, Equity, and Cost (Educational Innovations Series) by Jason D. Delisle and Alex Usher | out of 5 stars 3. the Increasing Equity and Adequacy: • Education should be equitable and adequate.
• All children should have access to high-quality resources and experiences. “Providing appropriate books for families to enjoy together connects parents to the school and helps build a. Through MSDE’s Network for Equity and Excellence in Education, we invited representatives from all 24 local school systems (LSSs) to work with us to develop focus areas and strategies to improve the achievement of all students in theFile Size: 1MB.
The Equity and Access unit will continue and Equity and access to education book RCOE’s initiatives and outreach supporting equity efforts and effective leadership. The annual Excellence Through Equity Conference will be coordinated by the Equity and Access team who will also provide professional learning opportunities and equity resources to continue the equity.
Ensuring equity in education is a necessary component in narrowing the achievement gap. Teachers and school leaders ensure equity by recognizing, respecting, and attending to the diverse strengths and challenges of the students they serve. Removing these barriers and creating more access to early learning options can make all the difference in a child’s education.
Read more. STRATEGY #3: USE DATA AND REPORTING TO TARGET SERVICES AND SHINE A SPOTLIGHT ON EQUITY. The difference between equality in education and equity in education is subtle yet significant.
Cherry Creek School District in Colorado used Thinking Maps and Path to Proficiency to help them increase educational equity for their growing ELL population. Using Maps to make thinking visible helped ELLs accelerate language acquisition, access grade level content while still learning English, and connect with their English-speaking peers.
Equity in Education For low-income and minority students, education is the key to success and upward mobility.
But evidence has shown in past decades that education has not been acting as the Great Equalizer. This work is published on the OECD iLibrary, which gathers all OECD books, periodicals and statistical databases.
Visitand do not hesitate to contact us for more information. Equity and Quality in Education SUPPORTING DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS AND SCHOOLS Equity and Quality in Education SUPPORTING DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS AND.
InThe Departments of Education and Justice, released a first-ever package of guidance and resource materials intended to ensure greater equity in schools by helping districts and educators to address the overuse of exclusionary discipline and disproportionate discipline rates for students of color and students with disabilities.
Equity and Early Childhood Education eclaiing the Child A olicy esearch rief 4 Access to Diverse Books We believe all young children should have access to literature that respectfully reflects their own and others’ lives, languages, literacies, and histories.
Teachers should select high-quality literature based on cultural, histor-File Size: KB. Equity in education says that society should provide everyone the basic work skills of reading, writing, and simple arithmetic. It should prohibit discrimination based on gender, ethnic origin, or socioeconomic status.
Equity in education has two dimensions. The first is fairness. By W.O. Lee ISBN ISBN (, 2nd printing;1st printing, pp.) HK$ each or HK$ for a set of five US$16 each or US$32 for a set of five Published by Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) & Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Improving Access, Equity and Transitions in Education: Creating a Research Agenda 1. Introduction Access to education is seen as a central plank in development strategies linked to the Millennium Development and Dakar goals associated with Education for All.
These headline the achievement of universal primary education and gender equity in. Access and Equity: Comparative Perspectives (Global Perspectives on Higher Education) [H. Eggins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The massive expansion of higher education across all continents is one of the defining features of our century.
This volume examines two dimensions of this: those of access and equity. Building on the country studies undertaken by this group of. Equity and equality are two different concepts that are often used interchangeably.
Many people think that equity in education means everyone getting the same thing, but it actually means that everyone gets access to what they need. So how can we work to truly narrow the gaps and improve student learning.
Let’s take a closer look. As the federal role in schooling recedes, state education leaders will be key to driving equity, write Aspen's Ross Wiener and Danielle Gonzales. Exploring equality and equity in education Introduction.
In this free course, Exploring equality and equity in education, you will explore your experiences and thoughts on equality and equity in education and be introduced to different understandings of these will start to look at some of the influences on equality which are common across the world and individuals.Educational equity, also referred to as "Equity in education", is a measure of achievement, fairness, and opportunity in study of education equity is often linked with the study of excellence and equity.
Educational equity depends on two main factors. The first is fairness, which implies that factors specific to one's personal conditions should not interfere with the potential.
Equity and Access in Education, Our Need to Think Bigger Inequity in education remains a hot topic among stakeholders nationally, especially with the recent higher education scandal where wealthy families and well-known television personalities face federal charges of college entrance admission cheating.