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Our Clients

EQUITYedu provides high-quality consulting and training to improve equity outcomes. Here are some of the districts, schools, and organizations with whom we have worked, and how.

May Institute

As part of a multi-year contract, we created a virtual three-part DEI training for their employees and then utilized a train-the-trainer model so the Institute could continue to deliver the training independent of us. In addition, we met monthly with their DEI Team, helped to plan and facilitate their DEI meetings, and worked with the DEI Team to expand their impact throughout May's schools, group homes, and nationwide sites. We also assisted organizational leadership in troubleshooting difficult equity situations as they arose.

Great New Bedford Regional
Vocational Technical School

We designed and delivered two, in-person 90-minute professional development sessions on implicit bias to faculty and administrators as part of a multi-session professional development day, tailoring our approach to academic and vocational contexts.

Johnson & Wales University

In collaboration with the university's DEI center, we designed and delivered an online 90-minute webinar for all faculty at two campuses in two different states.

Lynn Public Schools

Our projects with LPS have included training for a curriculum team of high school ESL, ELA, and history teachers; ongoing training for a curriculum adoption team of teachers and administrators; the development of a curriculum equity audit tool for the district; and ongoing equity book circle discussions with district-level administrators.

West Bridgewater
Middle-Senior High School

We worked closely with school leadership to curate three equity half-day workshops, which we delivered over the course of a winter and spring on faculty professional development days. As with all our professional development/trainings, the multi-hour workshops were highly interactive and invitational. The sessions included opportunities for faculty conversation and department-specific curriculum work related to equity student learning outcomes.

Bridgewater-Raynham Public Schools

Our projects within the Bridgewater-Raynham district included the creation, implementation, and data analysis of a school-wide climate survey; a student and teacher school-wide assembly; consultation with district administrators; and advising and supporting the creation of a parent-led non-profit to further equity work throughout the district.

Bridgewater State University

As faculty at Bridgewater State University, we are often asked to design and deliver virtual and in-person equity trainings for faculty, administrators, and staff. In addition, in our roles as faculty we assist with the university's strategic DEIBJ planning, provide leadership to campus social justice initiatives and committees, plan conferences for PreK-16 educators at our university and beyond, and train university faculty in equity pedagogies.

Massachusetts Reading Association

In addition to accepting MRA's invitation to present at their annual conference on the intersections of literacy and equity, we also designed a one-credit, ongoing course with MRA and Bridgewater State University. The course, "Reading for Change," was attended by dozens of educators and administrators throughout Massachusetts. Participants chose their own learning modules from a variety we curated for them and designed a context-specific Literacy Equity Project. 

Westfield Child Center

We designed and delivered a half-day, in-person professional development workshop for early childhood educators and administrators. 

Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services

As part of the Department's ongoing efforts to prioritize equity within their organization, we have designed and facilitated four interactive, virtual webinars intersecting race and disability with other issues of equity. We designed a case study as part of our interactive webinar; participants used the case study to apply their learning to their specific work contexts.

East Bridgewater
Middle-Senior High School

EBMSHS administrators called Bridgewater State University to ask for training and support in antiracist teaching and learning. The University recommended us to the school. Our work there included professional development for all teachers, staff, and administrators and multiple meetings with the newly-formed student antiracism group.

East Bridgewater Public Schools

We designed and facilitated a virtual, interactive webinar for district administrators and teachers (K-12) as part of a district-wide professional development day.

Easton Public Schools

Thanks to a partnership between Easton Public Schools and Raising Multicultural Kids, Inc., we were invited to provide ongoing training to multiple stakeholders (administrators, teachers, parents, and students).

TEC Connections Academy (TECCA) Commonwealth Virtual School

We designed and facilitated a virtual, interactive webinar for administrators, teachers, and staff.

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