Design Thinking
Tools for Next Gen Learning
Designing for Equity
Designing for Equity

Together, educators are doing the reimagining and reinvention work necessary to make true educational equity possible. Student-centered learning advances equity when it values social and emotional growth alongside academic achievement, takes a cultural lens on strengths and competencies, and equips students with the power and skills to address injustice in their schools and communities.

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An intentional school design process requires stakeholder input and ownership, which often starts with a community-based research process. This process asks school designers to partake in personal, reflective identity work before (and while) collaborating with various stakeholders, such as community leaders, parents, and students themselves. This set of resources, tools, and readings—some practical and some theory-based—can help designers as they begin to think about and engage in school design.

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