Aug 30 2023

Analyzing Representational Balance in Language Arts Curricula 

The Education Trust

Virtual

Authentic, uplifting representation that captures the diversity of cultures in our nation’s classrooms helps create affirming environments and ignite learning. In this session, participants will hear findings from a new Ed Trust report on curriculum representation and learn how to use a new tool to analyze the quality and the representation of people, groups, and topics in the books kids read. Through practice with the tool, we’ll break down our framework to understand what makes a quality book that is representationally balanced and discuss strategies for integrating book reviews into a broader approach to curriculum change within a local context.

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