"CCEAL: Reviewing the NEW equity survey results on NVC'S LGBTQ, White foster youth, LatinX, Asian Filipino students"
Dr. Frank Harris, III
Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL)
"Supporting Student SuccessThrough Equity-Mindednessin the Classroom"
Dr. Jim McGowan &
Directed: students have a goal and know how to achieve it
Focused: students stay on track — keeping their eyes on the prize
Nurtured: students feel somebody wants and helps them to succeed
Engaged: students actively participate in class and extracurricular activities
Connected: students feel like they are part of the college community
Valued: students’ skills, talents, abilities and experiences are recognized; they have opportunities to contribute on campus and feel their contributions are appreciated
(Application to be linked soon)
What is “equity” and how is it different from “diversity”? Equity refers to achieving parity in student educational outcomes, regardless of race and ethnicity. It moves beyond issues of access and places success outcomes for students of color at center focus. - Center for Urban Education, University of Southern California