Equity vs. Equality

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Give and Take Bulletin Board

So much Twitter love from my post about my walls this year. Y’all know how to make a girl feel good! I don’t have my lesson plans ready, and am not entirely sure what I’m doing on…

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Actes de gentillesse

en cartes... Actions en textes et en dessins + quelques versets... Pour jouer au mémory, pour classer par paire, pour lancer les discussions... Et nous encourager à passer aux actes ! ...

Random Acts of Kindness bulletin board for the holidays. We printed out "acts of kindness" on strips of paper for the kids to take... and then hopefully do!

Random Acts of Kindness bulletin board for the holidays. We printed out "acts of kindness" on strips of paper for the kids to take... and then hopefully do!

Human rights perspectves respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it…

Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College > About Us > Student Consumer Information > Student Body Diversity

Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College in St. Louis offers BSN, MSN, DNP and PhD degrees in nursing.

Students Reject Stereotypes.....use in French class when teaching adjectives

Rejecting Stereotypes: Students describe I AM Wall project

Eighth graders present a video and describe their "I AM" Wall, part of a study of stereotyping, which included a close reading of Hinton's The Outsiders.

Source: Out Front Minnesota

Equality Is Not Enough: What the Classroom Has Taught Me About Justice

Students have come to understand “fairness” as simply equal treatment. You’re familiar with this playground mentality of fairness: “I get two crackers, and you two crackers.” But here’s the thing: Treating everyone exactly the same actually is not fair. What equal treatment does do is erase our differences and promote privilege. Let me break it down.

rxforras: “Why you gotta be so rude.” Great theme for a bulletin board on the…

Fuck Yeah Res Life!

rxforras: ““Why you gotta be so rude.” Great theme for a bulletin board on the power of words by @hannahboyd21 “November Bulletin Board ✔️ It’s not my best board aesthetically, but it’s my favorite...

DIVERSITY DISPLAY Winter 2015 YA book display  {inspired by the Temple of Agape…

Librarians in WONDERLAND!

DIVERSITY DISPLAY Winter 2015 YA book display {inspired by the Temple of Agape by Morag Myerscough}

"Words Have Power" Dardick 1 RA passive program/bulletin board on black. Great…

"Words Have Power" Dardick 1 RA passive program/bulletin board on black. Great…

Source: Peytral Publications

Equality Is Not Enough: What the Classroom Has Taught Me About Justice

Students have come to understand “fairness” as simply equal treatment. You’re familiar with this playground mentality of fairness: “I get two crackers, and you two crackers.” But here’s the thing: Treating everyone exactly the same actually is not fair. What equal treatment does do is erase our differences and promote privilege. Let me break it down.