Overview Our role as educators is to support each other towards accomplishing educational equity. Asking and answering the question “why does equitable instruction in math/literacy and all content areas matter to me/my students?” is...More
Overview The COVID-19 pandemic led to some dramatic shifts in the way educators teach and learn. At ANet, we are learning alongside you with the hope of being able to talk more precisely about how different elements of virtual instruction can...More
Overview Below you will find a full compilation of ANet’s public blog posts, including our Lessons from the Field and Leader and Teacher Spotlight Blogs. Browse each section to find relevant articles and ideas to spark new ideas or...More
Objectives: Center on the experience of students of color Understand your strengths and opportunities to refine or begin to develop your own anti-racist theory of action Understand ANet’s role in supporting anti-racism learning and...More
Objectives: Understand the critical principles of equitable assessment strategy during times of amplified learning loss and academic acceleration Unpack essential considerations for effective assessment selection and prioritization...More
Objectives: Understand the connection between high-quality instructional materials and equitable outcomes for all students Selection: Learn from a story of how a district selected their instructional materials Implementation: Better understand best...More
Objectives: Participants will have a greater understanding of how our anti-racist commitment informs the work alongside partners to increase equitable instruction through professional learning strategy implementation Understand from our partners...More
Overview Learn how the leadership team at The Belair-Edison School | Middle in Baltimore, MD, is developing a distributive leadership model. Hear from school leaders, content leads, teachers, and students on how they do it, why they do it, and the...More