H/T Peggy Shafer
The first set of images is often used to illustrate the difference between equity and equality – but here’s why educator Rebecca Haslam feels they miss an important truth of her students’ experiences:
“You mayhave seen a pair of images like the first one here before. It’s often used by educators to communicate the idea that providing the same supports to every student isn’t our goal – instead, we want to provide every student with supports that meet their individual needs. The problem with the image pairing is it implies we’re all standing on level ground and facing the same barriers. But that isn’t true.
In this pairing, the red and yellow figures (who represent individuals from… More