Who We Are
What We Do
- Draw attention to educational inequities in Massachusetts
- Advocate for policies and practices that improve opportunity and outcomes for students of color, linguistically diverse students, students from economically disadvantaged families, and students with disabilities
- Work alongside students, families, and communities to build urgency and collective will for educational equity and justice
Our North Star Vision
In Focus: Keeping Equity at the Forefront - Pandemic Recovery
As students and educators across Massachusetts prepare to return to school buildings following 18 months of COVID-19-related disruptions, the Massachusetts Education Equity Partnership has released a new toolkit entitled Keeping Equity at the Forefront: Pandemic Recovery. The toolkit puts forth recommendations for how district and school leaders can leverage federal relief and recovery dollars and state Student Opportunity Act funding to both meet student, educator, and family needs in this moment and tackle educational inequities that long predate the pandemic.
The Education Trust
October 28, 2021 7:00pmStrategies to Solve Unfinished Learning: A Workshop Series
This series of workshops is aimed at helping local education equity advocates build their knowledge and skills for advocating to and partnering with district leaders to implement effective and equitable practices to combat unfinished student learning caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Join session 1 of this series, Setting the Stage, by registering below.
The Worcester Education Collaborative
Monday, November 1, 4pm-6pmThe Worcester Education Collaborative 2021 Annual Meeting
They are excited to host Commissioner Jeffrey Riley of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Commissioner Carlos Santiago of the Department of Higher Education. Facilitating a dynamic conversation between these two education leaders will be Chief Operating Officer of MassInc, Juana Matias. This unique event will be of interest to all those with a stake in our education pipeline and the state of teaching and learning in our Commonwealth.
The Teacher’s Lounge (TTL)
Thursday, November 18, 5-9pm, 501 Boylston St in BostonGrading Party
The Teacher’s Lounge (TTL) is partnering with WeWork BackBay for their first ever Grading Party on Thursday, November 18 from 5-9pm at 501 Boylston St in Boston. TTL will have volunteers on site to support grading, organizing, lesson planning etc. Food and beverages will be provided.
Advocacy Priorities & Resources
COVID-19 Response and Recovery
Shining a Light on Educational Disparities
Seizing the Moment: Student Opportunity Act Implementation
Strong and Diverse Educators
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