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Why schools’ going back to ‘normal’ won’t work for students of color

Adriana Villavicencio

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools were failing to adequately serve children of color. As a scholar of racial equity in K-12 education, I see an opportunity to go beyond getting students caught up. Rather than focus only on trying to close pandemic-related gaps, schools could seek to more substantially improve the quality of education they offer, particularly for students of color, if they want to achieve equitable and sustainable results.

This article highlight four critical conditions to improve the success and well-being of students of color



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