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PVCC's Equity Imbalance
PVCC Equity Data Dashboard
Use data from Institutional Effectiveness to see student success rates in various programs, courses, and by a variety of student demographics.
378 Student Voices
Results from the Spring 2019 PVCC Equity Climate Survey conducted by Dr. Lelia Palis and Dr. Stephanie Bjork.
Become Informed: Readings on Equity
Confronting Equity Issues on Campus by
Publication Date: 2012-02-14
It shifts institutions' focus from what students do (or fail to do) to what institutions can do--through their practices and structures, as well as the actions of their leaders and faculty--to produce equity in outcomes for racially marginalized populations.
Traditional Teaching May Deepen Inequality
Article from the Chronicle of Higher Education on how Prof. Kelly Hogan incorporated inclusive teaching methods to improve outcomes from her BIO101 students at UNC Chapel Hill.
Race Matters, So Does Gender
Implicit bias plagues students from pre-k through college. Read about how students of color are disciplined more frequently in primary education.
Step Up & Lead for Equity
From the AAC&U: A report presenting data about—and challenging higher education to address—economic divides, attainment and achievement gaps, and access to quality learning
Committing to Equity and Inclusive Excellence: A Campus Guide for Self-Study and Planning
Focusing on issues of access and success, it can be used as a tool for bringing together campus leaders and practitioners—across divisions and departments—to engage in internal assessment and chart a path forward to improve all students’ success and achievement of key learning outcomes.
Recent News Articles on Equity Issues in Education
Learn More About Equity
The Leaky Tech Pipeline
The Leaky Tech Pipeline framework and website are meant to increase understanding of the causes of disparities in the technology ecosystem, raise awareness about effective strategies and stages for intervention, and drive the development and implementation of comprehensive solutions.
Talking About Race
Sponsored by the National Museum of African American History & Culture. Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. We are here to provide tools and guidance to empower your journey and inspire conversation.
Founded in 1998, Project Implicit is a collaboration between scientists at three universities (Harvard University, University of Washington, and University of Virginia) focused on "implicit social cognition." Defined as "thoughts and feelings outside of conscious awareness and control," implicit social cognition is a powerful psychological process that helps us evaluate and address our biases. Understanding our implicit biases is critical to deconstructing stereotypes we hold. Project Implicit's Implicit Association Tests help readers accomplish this.
Stay Informed: Follow Thought Leaders on Social Media
Dr. Maha Bali
Co-founder of Equity Unbound. Learning/Writing/Connecting. Assoc Prof of Practice.
Dr. Mia Zamora
Co-founder of Equity Unbound, Assoc Prof of Eng, Dir of MA in Writing Studies.
ACT Center for Equity in Learning aims to help underserved learners and working learners (individuals who are employed while also learning new skills in pursuit of greater success) achieve education and career success.
Through purposeful investments, employee engagement, and thoughtful advocacy efforts, the Center for Equity in Learning supports innovative partnerships, initiatives, campaigns, and programs that help young people succeed in education and the workplace.
A scholar-activist with a singular mission: to identify novel approaches to making higher education the accessible and affordable place that families want and need it to be.
A NYC Math Teacher and Author of This Is Not A Test. Vilson focuses on bridging the gap between education and the world, as well as contributing to the conversation on race and education.
Prof. of Education @ USCA, focused on urban school reform, conditions that promote student achievement, the role of education in community development, youth violence, and race and ethnic relations in American society.
CUE helps faculty, administrators and other college and university staff better under-stand the harmful effects of invisible forms of racism on their campuses.
Leading economists at Harvard & Brown look for ways to close opportunity gaps using hard data.
Co-located equity-focused open, connected learning.
Socially Just Academia
Open, networked, project aimed at dismantling oppression and promoting decolonial and antiracist practices in academic institutions, research practice, curricula and teaching practices.