3 edition of Equity of access found in the catalog.
Equity of access
United States. National Advisory Council on Extension and Continuing Education.
by National Advisory Council on Extension and Continuing Education in Washington
Written in English
|Series||Annual report - National Advisory Council on Extension and Continuing Education ; 9th|
|LC Classifications||LC6251 .U54 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 70 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||75602401|
Encouraging Diversity and Equity in Public Libraries. by Lucy Kelly on J and expand job-finding and -creation programs. Some libraries work to increase access with bookmobiles, car pools, ensured and extended evening and weekend hours, new satellite locations, book delivery programs for hospital patients and homebound. in to establish a unique, groundbreaking body of work focused on equity and access for all students. Equity and Access is not an isolated or stand-alone initiative for FUSD or UC Merced—it is the backbone of our joint work. From its inception, this partnership was designed to penetrate.
Equity is a lot harder than access. Achieving equity in distance learning requires leaders to focus on student populations who often already have reduced opportunities for Author: Colin Seale. When access and equity have been successfully addressed, student outcomes—including achievement on a range of mathematics assessments, disposition toward mathematics, and persistence in the mathematics pipeline—transcend, and cannot be predicted by students' racial, ethnic, linguistic, gender, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
The Foundation for Ensuring Access and Equity is a non-profit (c)(3) Community-based Organization (CBO).Our Coalition for College Access CCID # Our mission is to provide research-based and research-responsive information and strategies to assist families, schools, and communities with making informed choices relating to college readiness, planning, and vision is . The issues raised in this book — funding, outreach, engagement of immigrant families — have yet to be fully explored with an equity lens. Within these broad topics, this book brings to the surface the equity and access challenges as well as posit solutions and strategies.
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Building on the country studies undertaken by this group of Fulbright New Century Scholars, the book offers a unique focus in its commitment to bring together an analysis of the theoretical literature on equity; a focus on the methodological problems of measuring access and equity from a comparative perspective; a comparative analysis of trends Format: Paperback.
Equity of access book of Access Literacy as a social justice issue means that all people have equitable access to the skills and resources they need to fully participate as literate individuals in society—to communicate, analyze, criticize, synthesize, and create information. EQUITY AND ACCESS FOR ALL A TITLE I DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT FOCUSED ON ACCESS TO BOOKS, KINDERGARTEN READINESS, AND MITIGATING THE SUMMER SLIDE DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT Family Engagement Aligned to Instructional Goals page 1.
What I love about this book is that Minor doesn't simply draw Equity of access book to equity issues but offers practical classroom solutions. For me this is where the breakdown occurs - there's lots of talk about the problem and theoretical solutions but these solutions fail to /5.
Equity of Access is one of five key action areas adopted by the American Library Association to fulfill its mission of providing the highest quality library and information services for all people.
Achieving equity is an overarching goal that touches on all of the association's key action areas. Equity and the American Library Association: Introduction (to Rocks in the Whirlpool) - Prepared by.
Equity of access now includes access to devices to use digital content and connect to fellow students, educators and experts throughout the world. It also means sufficient high-speed broadband to the district, the school building, the classroom and the home.
EQUITY OF ACCESS AND THE DIGITAL DIVIDE The rapid growth of electronic technology as a means of accessing information has led to increased concern over differences in access to information for various social, economic and ethnic groups.
Without adequate access to the technologies that enable a user to gather and use information. Aim and objectives: Our aim was to increase equity of access to high-quality primary mental health care for underserved groups.
Our objectives were to clarify the mental health needs of people from underserved groups; identify relevant evidence-based services and barriers to, and facilitators of, access to such services; develop and evaluate interventions that are acceptable to Cited by: This book examines issues related to access, equity, and empowerment in middle school mathematics classrooms, focusing on diversity as a resource and addressing three critical and intertwined factors: teaching practices that build on students’ strengths of students; rigorous content that draws on students’ experiences; and fostering relationships with diverse students.
Handout 2: Principles of Access and Equity. Access and equity are principles of social justice. Equity relates to fairness.
It recognises that some people are more disadvantaged than others in being able to access services and facilities and therefore there is a responsibility to address this lack of equity.
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This book, now in its second edition, was made possible by a grant to the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) from the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) in collaboration with the Illinois Partners.
The Illinois Partners in the Access and Equity (A&E) Project are the Illinois State Board of Education, the Illinois Head.
Provide access to programs and strategies that support the goal of equity and enable all students to succeed. Support teachers when addressing parent concerns—for example, when explaining why some students were given more time on an assignment than others.
PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY. There is an enormous literature on equity in health and health care, written from every conceivable disciplinary perspective, and several principles of equity are commonly discussed. 3, 4 For example: Equal access to health care for Cited by: As mentioned in the introduction post last week, this series will take a deep dive into various topics like healthcare, education, technology and religion through the lens of equity.
In discussions on equity across various fields, the word “access” is certainly a ‘buzz’ word. It’s a word that’s been used frequently in the current healthcare [ ]. On April 4,The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convened a workshop to investigate barriers, policy initiatives, and opportunities for improving access to and equity of care for people living with a serious illness.
In this chapter we describe the background to and rationale for our programme to increase equity of access to high-quality mental health services through primary care and provide a summary of what we proposed to do.
We also provide a programme summary in Appendix 1. Throughout the text we refer to the the programme as ‘AMP’ or the ‘AMP programme’, in which AMP refers to Improving Cited by: 1.
Calculate book value of equity by subtracting a firm's total liabilities from its total assets to arrive at stockholders' equity. You can find these figures on the balance sheet. For example, in Apple's 1Q report, released February 1,the company reported total assets of $ billion and liabilities of $ : William Adkins.
What is Access and Equity. The Access and Equity (A&E) Strategy was first introduced in ,as a fundamental part ofthe federal Government’s Social Justice policy specifically focused on the issues confronting people from a non-English speaking ,the A&E Strategy was formally extended to.
CA Equity Performance and Improvement Program; Improving Academic Achievement; Schoolwide Programs; Statewide System of School Support (S4) Specialized Programs Other Topics; American Indian; Gifted & Talented Education; Homeless Education; Migrant/International; Private Schools and Schooling at Home; State Special Schools.
Read about this initiative focused on equity in early childhood and find other equity-related content. For Families. Learn about and purchase the best books and resources to support young children's learning and development. and access unbeatable member benefits.InCommon App joined forces with Reach Higher, a college access initiative started by former First Lady Michelle Obama during her time at the White 're proud to continue that work with Reach Higher as part of the access and equity team at Common App.
One of these would be the "right to equity of access." At the most basic level, this means all employees can access corporate digital tools, whether it’s the intranet or HR system.