What is equity? Who is leading the charge in shaping educational equity? How can I get involved? The Equity Everywhere podcast answers these questions and more. Made for educators, this podcast will give you vital resources through conversations with equity leaders across the educational industry.
In this episode, Thom Jackson, President and Chief Executive Officer of EdisonLearning, talks with Dr. Gregory Hutchings, Superintendent of the Alexandria City Public Schools in Alexandria, VA. Dr. Hutchings and Thom discuss how they define equity, build institutional equity in school districts, and their perspectives and philosophies on how organizations can best contextualize equity in their communities. From the factors that form equity for all, implementing systematic alignment, and instilling cultural competency, this episode shows how school leaders are engaging with concepts of equity and actively making a change in their districts.
Equity Everywhere is an eight-part series hosted by MindRocket Media Group and EdisonLearning President & CEO Thom Jackson. Joined weekly by a variety of K-12 practitioners and experts, they engage in critical, meaningful, comprehensive conversations about equity in education ― what are the key factors, variables, objectives, and considerations for the education system to acknowledge and address? Together, podcast participants will highlight, amplify, and refine best practices and solutions for ensuring education equity everywhere.
Learn more about EdisonLearning and its commitment to Equity Everywhere at: https://www.edisonlearning.com/equity-everywhere