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From De-Tracking To Universal Access

From De-Tracking To Universal Access
March 2015
Sara Bangert, Rodney S. Whiteman, Tiffany S. Kyser, Seena M Skelton, Kathleen King Thorius

This edition of the Equity Dispatch explores how creating a culture that promotes detracked classes and equitable opportunities to learn for all students requires that the entire school community, administrators, teachers, parents, and students be involved in a commitment to be inclusive. Critical stakeholders must believe that every student has the right and ability to learn from a high quality, rigorous curriculum as well as from each other. Detracting is most powerful when changes in instruction, institutional structures, and belief occur simultaneously to support the academic success of all students in newly challenging and stimulating ways.

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