To ensure that we meet the needs of every learner, we must ask: Are we using every tool available to us, including equitable assessments, to create spaces in our learning communities where every student has the chance to be seen and share what they know and can do?
We participate in the #WeNeedBlackTeachers campaign by sharing Dr. Erika D. Tate’s “Why”. Listen. Share. Advocate.
We raise awareness for Black Mental Health by discussing topics, such as stigma, racism in schools, and postpartum depression. We hope to shift attitudes, encourage those who need help to seek care, and remove shame. Together, let’s advocate to improve systems of care by addressing bias and ensuring respectful, high-quality mental healthcare for Black people. #BlackMentalHealth
We consider two questions foundational to our work at Bluknowledge: 1. What is equity? 2. What does it mean to advance equity? Watch. Read. Share. Advance equity!
For Black Maternal Health Week, we raise awareness about the disparities Black women face throughout their maternal health journey — conception, pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum. We showcase For Us, By Us innovations aimed to address inequities faced by Black women and celebrate Black motherhood. Watch. Read. Share. Advocate!
Over 1000 educators across the world have engaged with Dr. Tate’s ASCD Webinar: A Gift of Digital Learning: Empowering Teachers to Build an Equitable Assessment Practice.
This Women’s History Month, we celebrate by planting seeds of social change. We discuss issues that have a disparate impact on women and showcase innovative approaches to equitable change. Watch. Read. Share. Advocate!