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MAEC Internship – Hwa Pyung Yoo

Meet Hwa Pyung Yoo, Data and Evaluation Intern! We have been lucky to have a thriving internship program with dedicated, enthusiastic interns who share our passion for education equity. We recently sat down with Hwa to learn more about his commitment to education equity and his highlights as an intern at MAEC. Tell us about… Read More »

Why we do equity audits

Student Study Classmate Classroom Lecture Concept

MAEC developed its first equity audit in 1992. Over the past thirty years, we have adapted and expanded it based on our experience working with schools and school districts. We believe it serves as a vital tool to ensure every student has the opportunity for educational and personal success. Equity audits assess educational gaps and… Read More »

MAEC Internship – Ian Rashleigh McNally

Meet Ian Rashleigh McNally, Data and Evaluation Intern! We have been lucky to have a thriving internship program with dedicated, enthusiastic interns who share our passion for education equity. We recently sat down with Ian to learn more about his commitment to education equity and his highlights as an intern at MAEC. Tell us about… Read More »

MAEC Internship – Allegra Kogan

Meet Allegra Kogan, MAEC Communications Team Intern! We have been lucky to have a thriving internship program with dedicated, enthusiastic interns who share our passion for education equity. We recently sat down with Allegra to learn more about her commitment to education equity and her highlights as an intern at MAEC. Tell us about yourself!… Read More »

MAEC Internship – Chi Ali-Cooper

Meet Chi Ali-Cooper, MAEC Communications Team Intern! We have been lucky to have a thriving internship program with dedicated, enthusiastic interns who share our passion for education equity. We recently sat down with Chi to learn more about her commitment to education equity and her highlights as an intern at MAEC. Tell us about yourself!… Read More »

Practitioner’s Perspective – Retaining Teachers of Color (Jordan Gilliard)

Communications Team Intern Jordan Gilliard draws from her experiences as a teacher during COVID-19 to identify issues contributing to teacher shortages. She shares personal examples of resources and strategies that supported her mental wellness, and advocates for systemic change in order to support teachers.    What have you observed or experienced while teaching during COVID-19?… Read More »

What Title IX Means to Me: Phyllis Lerner

Phyllis sits on the Hall of Fame walk where each honoree has a brick to represent their accomplishments.

Growing up, my favorite parts of the school day were recess and Physical Education. When it was time for kickball, I was often one of the first selected for the team. I would play Little League Baseball with the boys after school…until the season began. Then I became the team secretary. In high school, I… Read More »

Practitioner’s Perspective – Families’ Access to Data (Mariela Puentes)

Mariela Puentes

Senior Education Equity Specialist Mariela Puentes breaks down why families need access to their student’s data, grounded in her personal experiences and work as a family engagement specialist.   March’s webinar in the Reflect, Reimagine, and Reform series focuses on family access to educational data. Can you tell us why parent and family access to… Read More »

MAEC Internship – Graciela Cortez

MAEC has been lucky to have a thriving internship program with dedicated, enthusiastic interns who share our passion for education equity. In fact, some have permanently joined our MAEC team full-time! We interviewed MAEC intern Graciela Cortez on what education equity means to her and to learn more about her experiences with MAEC. Tell us… Read More »

MAEC Internship – Lily Klam

MAEC has been lucky to have a thriving internship program with dedicated, enthusiastic interns who share our passion for education equity. In fact, some have permanently joined our MAEC team full time! We interviewed MAEC intern Lily Klam on what education equity means to her and to learn more about her experiences with MAEC. Tell… Read More »

The MAEC blog is designed to engage hearts and minds of school and district leaders across the country to engage in issues that you have identified as being essential in education. Opinions do not necessarily reflect the views of the organization.

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