Reblog: Linking Equity to Practice: A User-Friendly Tool to Document How Educators Center Students

By Leah Q. Peoples, Evan M. Johnston, and Pamela D’Andrea Martínez

In a blog post originally published on the Students at the Center HUB, NYU Metro Center researchers share an essential research tool (CR-MBE interview questions) that can be adapted for school research use, empowering those most implicated by research to own the research in solidarity with historically vulnerable students.

This blog post expands upon their research in partnership with New York City Department of Education’s Mastery Collaborative on how two different education models– culturally responsive education (CRE) and mastery-based education (MBE) — converge to center the learning experiences of historically vulnerable students through culturally responsive mastery-based education (CR-MBE).

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