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One size doesn't fit all in education

Especially for students of color and those living in poverty.

Why should we care that all students have equal opportunity for a quality education?

Because it is Good.

It’s not only the right thing to do, but it makes good sense.

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“Including personalized instruction + ensuring equitable access as priorities in Education spending is the best way to keep our most vulnerable students engaged + out of the dropout cycle.” #GoGood4U #PersonalizedLearning #EducationEquity
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05:59pm - 11th Mar 2022

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(via @edsource) By listening and understanding that young folks need mental and emotional support, adults with decision-making power, like those running school districts, can take the first steps to reduce the stress of youth. #GoGood4U
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07:05pm - 7th Mar 2022

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Keeping vulnerable students connected to one-on-one support, counseling, free broadband and food, while providing equitable access to a quality education, is essential. #GoGood4U
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11:34pm - 3rd Mar 2022

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