The Equity Initiative shares ways to take action after CIES 2017.
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Education Equity Research Initiative
Moving from discussion to action after CIES
Dear Colleagues,

Thank you to all who joined the Education Equity Research Initiative at CIES in Atlanta and contributed to the conversation on advancing equity in and through education. We were there in full force with seven panels, a workshop and roundtable discussion, and a reception sharing the Initiative’s accomplishments to date and exciting things to come.

At our reception, Kolleen Bouchane, Board President of the Global Campaign for Education-US, underscored the critical importance of moving beyond discussing equity to real action. Many of you have already responded to this call by making commitments to get involved in the Initiative. Whether you are a researcher, practitioner, or student, there is a role for you to be a part of achieving education equity for all.

Please check out highlights from the panels and other significant work that the Initiative has done over the past year below and make a commitment to use its tools and recommendations in your work. 

We look forward to collaborating with you.

Carina Omoeva and Eric Eversmann,
Co-leads, Education Equity Research Initiative
How can I get involved in the Education Equity Research Initiative?
 Make a commitment
 Visit our website
 Follow us @equity2030

Review and provide feedback on new guidance from the Initiative for measuring key equity dimensions.

View report→

Learn more about household-based, citizen-led assessments and other resources from the PAL Network.

Read more→

Review our structured questions and apply them to your own equity analyses.

View questions→

Check out the research around education finance and policy from Save the Children, FHI 360, and RESULTS.

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