Equity Workshop One

Definitions of Equity

December 4th | 2 - 3:30pm
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Pre-Workshop Reading:

Please read the Achieving the Dream Equity Statement once or twice.
Note the feelings and questions that come up for you as you engage with this statement.  How is this statement aligned with the ways in which you approach your work? How is it in conflict with the ways in which you approach your work? You will have time to discuss your reactions during Friday's session.

 
Guest Speaker

Jessica Brathwaite

Dr. Jessica Brathwaite

Senior Research Associate,
Community College Research Center

Dr. Jessica Brathwaite conducts qualitative and quantitative research on system and statewide developmental education and ESL reform, postsecondary achievement gaps, and students' transition to college.

Brathwaite holds a PhD in sociology from Temple University. She holds a BA in sociology from CUNY Hunter College and an MA in sociology from Temple University. Her dissertation focuses on New York City high schools during former Mayor Bloomberg's administration and asks: How has inequality between schools in socioeconomic status, racial composition, and graduation rates changed during this reform era? Brathwaite has taught sociology of organizations at CUNY Hunter College and a research methods course in the graduate program in international affairs at The New School.

Brathwaite’s primary research interests include urban school reform, inequality, education policy, and postsecondary access and success. She is also interested in exploring race and class as they relate to her primary research interests.