Equitable, Responsive Education for All

Equitable, Responsive Education for All

  • The manner in which educators engage in social justice advocacy is important not only to support societal changes but also as role models for... read more
  • This roundtable explores how to create safe and inclusive school communities, how school leaders can respond to hate crimes, and provides guidance... read more
  • This virtual roundtable examines the laws and policies concerning undocumented students and provides a discussion of how best stakeholders can... read more
  • In this podcast, Ms. Mauldin interviews Dr. Venzant Chambers on how to support high achieving students of Color through the reduction of Racial... read more
  • The four federally-funded equity assistance centers (EACs) jointly created the Equity-Based Framework for Achieving Integrated Schooling to assist... read more
  • In this issue of Equity Digest, we explore why it is important for educators to understand the concept of intersectionality. Educators must... read more
  • In this edition of Equity Dispatch, we seek to emphasize the criticality of intersectionality, or the ways in which social, economic, and political... read more
  • This equity tool prepares U.S. school leaders, counselors, teachers, and other stakeholders with ways to ensure the safety and engagement of students... read more
  • This brief, laid out as a dialogue between university-based researcher, Dr. Ted Hamann, and urban high school principal, Mark Larson, describes... read more
  • The legislation behind the public education of Indigenous students has a torrid past, and remains problematic to this day. This Equity Digest... read more

The Great Lakes Equity Center was established by Dr. Kathleen King Thorius and colleagues in 2011 at the Indiana University School of Education, as an Equity Assistance Center (formerly Desegregation Assistance) funded by the United States Department of Education. As of 2016, the Great Lakes Equity Center re-structured as an organizational hub for an array of research, technical assistance, and educational resource development projects, including the Midwest and Plains (MAP) Equity Assistance Center. Collectively, we are committed to school and system transformation toward racial, disability, and other forms of educational justice: the MAP Center provides three-tiers of technical assistance related to race, sex, national origin, and religion desegregation to K-12 public education agencies in a 13-state region free-of-charge; the Great Lakes Equity Center continues to partner with community, non-profit, and private organizations across the U.S. on equity-driven systemic transformation, professional learning, and collaborative inquiry projects.

Midwest and Plains (MAP) Equity Assistance Center