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Equity in Action

Our Mission

Our mission is to impact today's students, and generations of children to come, through internal and external partnerships and initiatives in the pursuit of equitable educational outcomes for all learners. We strive to eliminate systems that contribute to inequities by recognizing diverse viewpoints and deeply understanding the communities and colleagues we serve. This is paramount to ensuring authentic and meaningful representation within our products and workplace. Keeping students at the center of learning unlocks their full potential and powers the future.

Community Partners

We're grateful for our ever-expanding list of partners helping us create a lasting impact in schools everywhere:

  • The American Association of School Administrators (AASA)
  • The Council of the Great City Schools (CGCS)
  • ExcelinED
  • Page Turners
  • State Advisory Council
  • Andrew Young HBCU Scholarship Fund
  • Successful Practices Network
  • The National Dropout Prevention Center
  • EDU, Inc.—Common Black College Application
  • The Black Educational Advocacy Coalition (BEAC)

Elite Partnership with ALAS

Our collaboration with the Association of Latino Administrators & Superintendents reflects our dedication to providing tailored solutions that address the varied cultural and educational backgrounds of students. Through this alliance, we strive to develop and provide educators with resources that resonate with a wide spectrum of learners, promoting an inclusive educational environment that empowers every student to succeed.

This partnership underscores our belief that diversity is not only a cornerstone of effective education but also an essential catalyst for innovation and progress in the ever-evolving landscape of learning.

Meet Our ʰ–12 Equity Advisory Board

Formed in 2021, our Equity Advisory Board consists of six leaders across different fields of work, including academia, law, and school administration. The board provides insights and guidance on equitable product development, content, and other initiatives.

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Bill de la Cruz

Director of Equity & Inclusion, Denver Public Schools

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Dr. Courtney Koestler

Director, OHIO Center for Equity in Mathematics and Science and Associate Professor of Instruction, The Patton College of Education at Ohio University

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Will Lopez, Esq

Deputy General Counsel at Cooley LLP, legal ethics, risk management, and conflicts of interest

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Nancy Yao Maasbach

President, Museum of Chinese in America

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Dr. Greta A. Peay

Chief Executive Officer, Infinity: Diversity Matters, LLC

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Dr. Christian Sawyer

Principal, Denver Public Schools

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Professional Development Opportunities

Our team is proud to offer professional learning sessions rooted in equity and community. Our sessions are for educators and leaders who strive for authentic representation and student-centered learning in their schools.


Dive deeper into these Professional Development opportunities:

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Learning and Leading from Legacy , Link will open in a new tab

Participants explore the non-violent philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and learn how to encourage students to communicate, negotiate, and advocate thoughtfully for important causes.

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Culturally Responsive Instruction , Link will open in a new tab

A two-part series that introduces the CRI framework, guides participants toward a personal understanding of CRI, and explores how the CRI framework can be applied in learning environments across a variety of content areas.

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Book Studies , Link will open in a new tab

Centered on a mutually agreed-upon book, exploring topics related to student-centered initiatives or goals shared across your department, school, or district.

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