Identity and Bias
How students view themselves affects how they learn. By understanding identity theory and application, educators can avoid both implicit and explicit bias. Furthermore, with a better understanding of how children develop racial awareness and attitudes about race, educators can better meet the needs of students and support their positive social emotional development to improve learning and academic performance.
- Equity Brief: Racial Identity, Academic Identity, and Academic Outcomes for Students of Color
- The Practitioner’s Perspective: Bold Classroom Conversations: Let's Talk About Racism!
- Monthly Digest: Newsletter from December 2018
- Webinar Archive: Race and Racism: Encouraging Understanding and Dialogue