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Diversity by Design – a Community of Practice (SES-CoP) on Socio-Economic Integration

Students thrive when they learn in culturally and economically diverse environments. But many districts are unsure how to systematically create diverse learning opportunities for all their students.

New Positions Open at MAEC

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The Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, Inc. offers a collegial and stimulating work environment; challenging, innovative and meaningful projects; and the opportunity to work with professionals who are well-regarded in their fields of expertise. MAEC’s core values are excellence, equity, integrity, innovation, and synergy. We seek dynamic and knowledgeable individuals to join us in our mission to… Read More »

MAEC Partners with Pro Bono Business Team to Advance its Commitment to Excellence

BETHESDA, MD — SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 – MAEC is proud to announce its selection as a Compass 2019-2020 pro bono partner. Compass delivers strategic guidance to selected nonprofits in cities across the United States. A team of Compass-trained pro bono business professionals will help MAEC achieve strategic alignment. The Compass team will analyze MAEC’s structure… Read More »

New Job Opportunities

Are you looking for a job with an organization that has a driven mission? Are you passionate about equitable education?  Become a part of our team! Read about our latest positions.  

Helping Families Navigate Special Ed and Community Support Systems – Webinar Aug. 20

This session, presented by Collaborative Action for Family Engagement (CAFE) at MAEC and NAFSCE, will provide information for schools and community organizations seeking to assist families who have children with disabilities navigate the support systems that are available to them. Participants will be able to: • List strategies for authentic engagement with families who have… Read More »

Free webinar Aug. 15 – The Courage to Navigate a Path to School Integration

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From changing policies to implementing strategies amidst public resistance, leaders working to advance socioeconomic integration in schools face many obstacles. In this webinar, participants will hear from one superintendent in Brooklyn, NY as she shares how she navigated various points in her district’s journey. Through examples at the preparation, planning, implementation, and reflection stages, we will… Read More »

Trauma-Informed Practices and Teen Dating Violence

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Students are affected by violence in many ways and it disproportionately affects student of color, students from certain religious backgrounds, and LGBTQ students. This combined EEI explores the topic from two perspectives. First, we look at the broader issue of students who experience trauma outside of school and how it affects their ability to learn… Read More »

MAEC Launches CAFE – A New State Family Engagement Center

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 MAEC is pleased to announce the launch of a new state family engagement center that will serve diverse families who reside in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania. With funding from the U.S. Department of Education, the new Collaborative Action for Family Engagement (CAFE) Center will provide great opportunities for collaboration, learning, and promoting high-impact,… Read More »

Job Opportunity Available: Program Associate Together/Juntos Early Childhood Project

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MAEC is looking to hire a dynamic professional who will work as part of the TJ team in providing technical assistance and training to assist Maryland State Department of Education in their efforts to improve early childhood services and outcomes in Maryland. This project addresses the needs of all young children but has a specific… Read More »

Remembering Dr. Rita Robinson, a long-serving member of MAEC’s Board of Directors’

Dr. Rita Robinson

MAEC is saddened to announce that Dr. Rita Robinson, a long-serving member of MAEC’s Board of Directors’, has passed away. Dr. Robinson was a beloved member of our board who had an immense passion for social justice. She was a lifetime educational equity specialist and activist for multicultural education in Maryland and was recognized nationally… Read More »

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