Our vision of instructional equity is strong because our community is strong.
Here at UnboundEd, we pride ourselves on uplifting stories from our community members and colleagues, as we all work together to eradicate the injustices that exist in our schools.
UnboundEd works with educators at every level of the system to provide instruction that we have come to call GLEAMTM — grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful. We’re exploring these topics more deeply over a series of blogs. In the first blog, we shared how our GLEAM focus is not a list of technical skills or attributes; in fact, GLEAM instruction happens when educator mindsets, planning practices, and classroom actions intertwine in service of historically marginalized students. Because teacher mindsets and teacher planning inform day-to-day classroom actions and decisions, we’ll focus in this post on those two aspects of GLEAM.
This episode features candid conversations with education leaders about the push for excellence and equity and what role standards play in providing instruction that is grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful.
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