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Equity by Design: Using Peer-Mediated Learning to Advance Equity for All Students

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What is it? This brief and its companion podcast are about designing equity into instruction through peer-mediated learning.

Why is it valuable? By better understanding peer-mediated learning, fostering a supportive classroom community, and cultivating collaboration, schools will be more equipped to include all students with equity.

Suggested resource of My Brother's Keeper Task Force.

Authors: Tan, T., Macey, M., Thorius, K., & Simon, M. (n.d.). Equity by design: Using peer-mediated learning to advance equity for all students. Bloomington, IN: Great Lakes Equity Center, IUPUI.

Ideal Audience: School Faculty and Staff, Administrators

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