Diversity, Equity and Inclusion topics have made their way into the focus of many conversations over the past year. While some people, especially those who hold underrepresented and/or marginalized identities, have been invested in these conversations for a long time, others are realizing the amount of learning and growth that is needed. Dr. Natasha Rachell with EdTech share an article that highlights the importance of starting this education at a young age.
Without Digital Equity, Students Lose the Opportunity to Learn
“Learning loss isn’t the problem for K–12 students who lack adequate devices or access. They’re missing the chance to innovate with their peers.”