Showing:  Equity and Access

Earlier this month, DreamBox drew hundreds of girls in the Greater Seattle area to the Laser Dome at the Pacific Science Center with the promise of … math. Yup, you read that right. Girls in grades 4 through 8 came

“You can’t be what you can’t see.” Chances are you’ve come across this quote in your travels. It’s attributed to American civil rights activist Dr. Marian Wright Edelman, and a slew of other strong female role models. While there’s no

Besides winning 23 Grand Slam singles titles and four Olympic gold medals, tennis master Serena Williams is a champion of education equity too—and, like everything she does, she’s really good at it.   Founder of the Serena Williams Fund and

The new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) supports continued innovation in education by providing funding that encourages districts to develop, test, and scale new models for teaching and learning to address the needs of all students, including targeted subgroups under

Westport Elementary is identified as a “Focus” school, which means it’s ranked among the lowest performing 10 percent of Title I schools in the district, as determined by the Missouri state assessments in English, language arts, and mathematics. Two years