All In: Equity and Achievement Framework → Equitable Access to Resources
The Equitable Access to Resources (EAR) portion of the Equity and Achievement Framework examines how well the system and schools are using staff, time and money as measured by student outcomes, with emphasis on the performance of the five focus groups. The primary goal of a deep examination of system resource allocation and use is to reduce the likelihood that student outcomes are predictable by race or income.
What are we going to do about it?
Read the entire report from Education Resource Strategies (ERS)