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Equity & Diversity Whitepaper

A New Way of Thinking About Expanding Equity

Discussions of equity in education tend to elicit nods of agreement, as most K–12 leaders implicitly understand why equity is so important and explicitly cite it as a primary motivator for change. However, actually achieving equity is a far more complex task—and when it comes to removing barriers for all students, the “how” is at issue. Discover how Lexia is expanding the definition of equity in education into a new framework that includes instructional, cultural, digital equity. In this first piece of the series, learn how equity begins with high-quality instruction for all students.