Overview 

Grounded in our mission is the charge to support anti-racist leadership, practice and culture that leads to equitable instruction for all students.  The resources below are intended to support teachers and leaders with integrating an equity lens into their schools and classrooms. Have an idea that might help others in the field? Submit it via our Virtual Submission Box .

Defining the Work

ANet has been on a long journey toward equity and anti-racism in our culture, practices and leadership.  The documents below are examples of how you might formalize the behaviors, actions, and decisions to  uphold to be true to  anti-racism commitments.  It helps ground the creation of procedures that anchor an organization in how one operates within anti-racist beliefs.

ANet’s Definitions of Educational and Institutional Equity

  • Educational Equity: A guarantee that educators engage ALL students with meaningful support that they need to reach and exceed a common standard through high-quality instruction.
  • Institutional Equity: Leadership, practices and culture that guarantee educators engage ALL students with meaningful support they need to meet and exceed a common standard through high-quality instruction.

ANet’s Commitment to Anti-Racism

Tools for Action 

Recommended Activities & Tools 

Summer planning Grounded in equity 

endorsed public statements 

Recommended Reading 

Recommended articles 

Recommended books

Content Connections 

General 

Literacy 

Math 

In Response to COVID-19

TRUSTED EXTERNAL SOURCES 

 

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