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Educational equity is more than a buzzword or trend. In a post-pandemic world, educational equity must play a central role in educators' vision, curriculum, edtech selections, and instruction. ESOL Director Dr. Karen Henery of Little Rock, Arkansas, discusses how her school supported and met the needs of Emergent Bilingual students, the major equity challenges her students face, and how districts can address the needs of vulnerable students.
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