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MAEC is devoted to serving educators and education professionals and we encourage educators and students to take time to expand their knowledge and awareness of the experiences and histories of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. There are many free resources available to get started, some of which are listed below. There… Read More »

MAEC is devoted to serving educators and education professionals and we encourage educators and students to take time to expand their knowledge and awareness of the experiences and histories of women of diverse backgrounds, considering race, culture, religion, and sexual orientation. There are many free resources available to get started, some of which are listed… Read More »

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MAEC is devoted to serving educators and education professionals and we encourage educators and students to take time to expand their knowledge and awareness of the experiences and histories of Black people in the United States. There are many free resources available to get started, some of which are listed below.    Articles  2021 Event… Read More »

MAEC is devoted to serving educators and education professionals and we encourage educators and students to take time to expand their knowledge and awareness of the experiences and histories of Indigenous people. There are many free resources available to get started, some of which are listed below.    Articles  2021 Event Highlights Celebrating Native American… Read More »

  MAEC is devoted to serving educators and education professionals and we encourage educators and students to take time to expand their knowledge and awareness of the experiences and histories of Hispanic and Latinx Americans. There are many free resources available to get started, some of which are listed below. Articles A Month of Ideas… Read More »

I. Policy Guidance Overview Below is a list of current policy guidance issued by the Office for Civil Rights.  These guidance documents lack the force and effect of law, unless expressly authorized by law or as incorporated into a contract.  OCR may not cite, use, or rely on any guidance document that is not posted… Read More »

Restorative practices is an approach to build relationships within a community. Its purpose is to prevent conflict and wrongdoing and respond to wrongdoing after it occurs. This article provides an introduction to restorative practices, including implementation challenges, success stories, and tips on how to get started. By adopting positive and inclusive tools to resolve conflict… Read More »

Download: Introduction to Restorative Practices_ An equitable approach

Perhaps you’ve just been asked to direct an equity audit for your school, and your head is bursting with questions. What is an equity audit? How do you conduct one? What is the outcome? What resources are available? You’re nervous just thinking about the task. Even if you have already decided to engage in an… Read More »

Download: Equity-Audit-Considerations

For #NationalLiteracyMonth, we’re highlighting some of our favorite books on educational equity. These books discuss race, religion, language, and poverty, as well as how to lead work and conversations around these topics. If you engage with students in any capacity (educator, family member, administrator, nonprofit leader), these resources are for you. Blankstein, A., Noguera, P.,… Read More »

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This #NationalLiteracyMonth, we’re highlighting some of our favorite articles on educational equity. These articles discuss race, religion, language, and poverty, as well as how to lead work and conversations around these topics. If you engage with students in any capacity (educator, family member, administrator, nonprofit leader), these resources are for you. Alrubail, R. (2016). Educational… Read More »

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