The National Education Policy Center at the University of Colorado Boulder produces and disseminates high-quality, peer-reviewed research that informs education practice and policy discussions. This grant supports the formation of a working group to advance the Center’s shared system work in school systems and to conduct a study to investigate how equity is being advanced. The Center hopes to develop a clear picture of what renovated public systems look like, identify the steps needed to move in that direction, and create a narrative about shared systems’ merits and pathways.
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for support of an open access scientific teaching course
The University of Colorado Boulder is facilitating a multiorganization collaboration to develop, evaluate, and disseminate a digital, open-access scientific teaching course for college science instructors that fully integrates an AJEDI (anti-racist, just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive) approach to teaching. With this grant, the team will use an open pedagogy approach that draws on diverse instructor and student voices to co-create the course, comprising a set of self-guided modules designed to equip instructors with the tools and mindsets to create active and inclusive learning environments. (Substrategy: Content, Tools, and Services)