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Reducing school segregation—by race and socioeconomic status—is one important ingredient in the effort to fight systemic racism and provide better opportunities across racial and economic lines. Because of the overlap between race and economic status in American society, socioeconomic integration offers a path toward both economic and racial integration in a less legally vulnerable manner… Read More »

Link: https://maec.org/ses_lessons/
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While U.S. public education is experiencing an increase in student body size and diversity, there is also an increase in racial and socioeconomic isolation. Participation rates among White students are decreasing as rates among Latine and Asian American and Pacific Islander students increase, and Black student participation rates hold steady. Schools, districts, and communities must… Read More »

Link: https://maec.org/ses_case_studies/

While U.S. public education is experiencing an increase in student body size and diversity, there is also an increase in racial and socioeconomic isolation. Participation rates among White students are decreasing as rates among Latine and Asian American and Pacific Islander students increase, and Black student participation rates hold steady. Schools, districts, and communities must… Read More »

Link: https://maec.org/ses_playbook/

This CAFE guide is designed for families and caregivers to support and lead English Learners through projects at home. The activities within the guide promote communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking while engaging with a child’s culture, family background, and home languages. Each project has the following sections: the purpose of the project, materials suggested,… Read More »

Link: https://maec.org/learning_at_home/

This CAFE toolkit offers strategies to manage mental wellness in the context of school and personally, and it gives methods to assist students and families with learning and well-being. Although each section addresses teachers, students can gain a lot of insight and tips by applying several of the tools listed to aid their own mental… Read More »

Link: https://maec.org/managing-mental-wellness/

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a reckoning on how educators, schools, and districts should support AAPI students and communities. In response to an increase in hate crimes and heightened xenophobia against Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) during the pandemic, MAEC’s Collaborative Action for Family Engagement (CAFE) disseminated a survey titled: “Asian American Pacific-Islanders (AAPI) Family Survey: Reflections and Thoughts on School Reopening” (hereafter referred to as “AAPI Family Survey”). The survey sought to learn about AAPI families’ experiences during the pandemic, gain insight into their challenges and concerns as schools reopened, and identify ways that educators and schools could support families.

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 people in the United States who are LGBTQIA+: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual/aromantic, and members of the community who identify with a sexual… 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 Jewish Americans in the United States. There are many free resources available to get started, some of which are listed below. There is a section… 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 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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