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Perspective | Hunt Institute releases resources for educators during COVID-19

COVID-19 has disrupted society’s daily routines. As schools across the nation close, childcare services are suspended, and social distancing becomes...

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An equity Q&A with The Honorable James B. Hunt Jr., Hunt Institute Foundation Board Chair; Governor of North Carolina 1977-1985, 1993-2001

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: When I was governor, North Carolina became a leader in the...

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An equity Q&A with Anissa Listak, Founder & CEO at the National Center for Teacher Residencies

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: The National Center for Teacher Residencies’ (NCTR) vision to ensure that...

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An Equity Q&A with Chris Minnich, former CCSSO Executive Director

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: CCSSO worked closely with state chiefs and the Aspen Education &...

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An equity Q&A with Laura Slover, CEO at CenterPoint Education Solutions

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: Educational equity means that every student has access to a quality...

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An equity Q&A with Laura Fornash, Senior Vice President and Co-Leader of National Education Practice, McGuireWoods Consulting; Hunt Institute Foundation Board Member

Q: How do you define equity in higher education? A: In higher education, a troubling opportunity gap exists. Year after year,...

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An equity Q&A with Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, CEO, Learning Policy Institute

Q: Describe the opportunity ESSA presents to states hoping to achieve a more equitable education system. Why is this a...

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An equity Q&A with Education Commission of the State’s Jeremy Anderson, President & Alyssa Rafa, Policy Researcher

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: A lot is changing in education policy across the nation, but...

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An equity Q&A with Danielle Gonzales, Assistant Director for Policy with the Education & Society Program at the Aspen Institute

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: I grew up in New Mexico and left there to attend...

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An equity Q&A with Nina Rees, President, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: Though we often consider equity in education as the opportunity to...

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An equity Q&A with Mimi Corcoran

Q: How do you define equity in public education? A: All students enter our public schools with diverse life experiences and...