The Equity Gap, or differentials in race, ethnicity, income, language, and background, has become even more prominent during the pandemic. Minority students from low-income communities were among those most affected by the lockdown and the move to remote learning—where they faced social and economic stress in their families and communities. In this important podcast, assessment expert Dr. Roland Good explores the Equity Gap and how it affects assessment data. You will also learn about reporting tools educators can use to discover skill gaps and provide students with the support they need.
In this podcast, Dr. Good will discuss:
How assessment data shows the skills most affected by gaps in equityHow the pandemic affected the Equity GapReporting tools that can help educators disseminate student dataHow to use assessment data to provide differentiation, prepare for state testing, and close skill gapsNext steps to closing the Equity Gap Please join us for this informative and engaging discussion with EDVIEW360 Podcast Host and Education Leader Pam Austin.