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Located in the Blackbelt of Alabama, Selma is one of the poorest communities in the region. Despite the history of civil rights and peaceful demonstrations, Selma was also listed as one of the most violent cities in the south. Although many challenges exist, tremendous work is underway to disrupt systemic barriers that negatively impact educational outcomes. Watch Drs. Bren Elliott, educational equity leader and researcher, and Avis Williams, superintendent of Selma City Schools, as they share researched strategies that improve learning outcomes for historically underserved scholars. This two-part series shares six most impactful practices equity-focused districts employ while exploring the specific work being done.
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Listeners learn about strategies to address systemic disparities and inequities in order to benefit all students.AASA, The Superintendents Association
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