We believe that all students should have the opportunity to learn and achieve at high levels.
To help meet our goal, we offer a sustainable multi-tiered system of technical assistance and training services without charge or at very low cost to requesting education agencies within Region 1. Tiers and examples include:
- Universal – educational equity research, resources, webinars, and best practices
- Targeted – short-term projects, such as facilitating professional learning experiences or holding communities of practice
- Intensive – sustained long-term projects in collaboration with partners and the Offices for Civil Rights and the Department of Justice. This TA is focused, planned, and frequent, with face-to-face and virtual communication.
How We Do It
CEE’s capacity building approach is designed to be collaborative, targeted, adaptive, asset-based, accountable, and results-driven. We have identified five innovative and evidenced-based exceptional approaches required to leverage program resources to effectively cope with educational issues occasioned by desegregation and resegregation.
- Equity-Centered Capacity Building
- Extensive Use of Data and Collaborative Inquiry
- Equity-Centered Socioeconomic Integration
- Collective Impact
- Technology Leveraging
Why it Works
MAEC’s Data-Driven Equity Framework: Ecosystem of Schools
The methods to achieve educational equity require several dimensions of change. CEE tailors our services to each client’s identified needs.