Equity in Education: A Strengths-Based Approach

By Dana Asby, CEI Director of Innovation & Research Support, and Zenisha Shah, CEI Intern This is the first  part of the special series Equity in Education. In a world focusing on sensationalizing the negative aspects of education and equity, experts like Dr. Yvette Jackson, Founder and Senior Scholar of the National Urban Alliance for
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Poverty & Brain Development: Why Early Intervention is Imperative

By Vien Nguyen, CEI Intern, and Dana Asby, CEI Director of Innovation & Research Support Today the nurture vs. nature debate has largely been resolved – experts agree that both are interrelated in a complex dance that shapes our behavior (Hackman & Farah, 2009). In the past few years, researchers have been especially interested in
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Equity in Education: Confronting Biases as a First Step

By Didi Dunin, CEI Intern This is the second part of the special series Equity in Education. Inequity that stems from race, gender, sexual orientation , socio-economic status or disability is a tragic part of our history, culture, and modern life. It impacts all of us in society. Understanding the causes and consequences of inequity
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