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National Center Equity Landscape Scan

“In light of the disproportionate effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on historically marginalized communities, an unprecedented education funding cliff, and nationwide protests for racial justice, the Comprehensive Center (CC) Network’s commitment to supporting its clients with evidence-based practices and high-quality capacity-building is perhaps more important than ever. The unfortunate events of the past six months have provided an opportunity for the CCNetwork to coordinate with other Centers and national organizations to more deeply understand racial inequity in education and work to erase its deleterious effects. The extraordinarily grave and urgent challenges faced by states, districts, and schools require the CCNetwork to quickly and thoroughly determine when existing resources and services can be leveraged, or when new action is needed to effectively support our clients. To better understand how best to leverage existing resources and determine the extent to which capacity-building supports are needed, the National Center’s Capacity Building Team conducted a landscape scan of social and racial justice work being conducted by federally funded technical assistance and research centers. We focused on these Centers because they are the designated resource for equity promotion in education under the purview of the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE).”

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