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A California Charter School’s Story: How Aspire Public Schools is Digging Deep to Better Understand and Address COVID-19’s Impact on Learning

March 16, 2021
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Like many districts, at the start of the 2020-21 school year, Aspire Public Schools in California wanted to understand how students and families were doing with distance learning so that they could identify gaps and develop a plan to close them.

Aspire partnered with Pivot Learning and UnboundEd to use their Equity Reset Toolkit to examine the inherent biases in their past data collection as they moved forward to equitably serve all their scholars.

Learn More About Using the Equity Reset Toolkit

Our Equity Reset Toolkit is available to download free. As you begin to look ahead to the 2021-22 school year, our toolkit can help you develop solutions to ensure all students have access to high-quality instructional materials* and instruction.

Pivot Learning and UnboundEd are available to work alongside your district leadership to facilitate data collection, guide data analysis, and make customized recommendations for an equitable learning recovery plan based on your stakeholders’ unique insights. Learn more about our services. If you’d like to speak to someone about implementing our Equity Reset Toolkit in your district, please contact us.

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The Equity Reset Toolkit was developed in collaboration with our partner, UnboundEd.

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