We believe that all students
should have equitable opportunities
to learn and achieve at high levels.
MAEC established the Center for Education Equity (CEE) to address problems in public schools caused by segregation and inequities. As the Region I equity assistance center, CEE works to improve and sustain the systemic capacity of public education to increase outcomes for students regardless of race, gender, religion, and national origin. CEE is funded by the US Department of Education under Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Find out more about Who We Are and What We Do.
Exploring Equity Issues
Many educators are still wondering how virtual learning will continue to play out during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this issue, we look at the topic of reopening schools in light of the recent protests and pandemic and provide resources so that educators are prepared to keep a focus on equity. Equity Brief Part: Putting and […]
Creating New Futures for Newcomers: Lessons from Five Schools that Serve K-12 Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylees
Given the influx of immigrants and refugees over the past several years, newcomer students are found in the classrooms of small towns, suburbs, and big cities across the country and they bring with them a world of culturally diverse experiences and knowledge. Newcomers face myriad challenges to adapt and succeed in their new home and […]