Equity, Not Equality

Equity not Equality

Equity is not about treating everyone the same. That is equality. Equity has us look at each client, employee, or student as an individual. Affirm his or her identity and build upon the strengths each possesses. Put them where they will be the most valued and where they will feel needed and will flourish. Set them up for success.


We should:
•  Improve ability to notice, acknowledge and promote the replication of strong practices.
•  Must identify and change our practices and beliefs so that each person knows she or he is expected to succeed.
•  We must learn who our people are and focus where they want to go.
•  We must embrace and commit to equity.
•  We should use our leadership to create inclusive learning environments for each person.
•  We should consider our ethical and moral obligation to take action.

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