Classroom equity really isn’t necessarily a ‘new’ concept or idea; nothing ‘revolutionary’ about it, really.
For some time now, incorporating something called “Culturally Responsive Teaching” (CRT) has been one of the key job elements of conscientious teachers.
“Classroom equity” is somewhat misleading, because it suggests a teacher must be prepared to address and adapt to any and all aspects of the individual students in his or her classroom.
That is virtually impossible.
The term, much like “Critical Race Theory,” tends to be over-thought, and too deeply examined.
Actually, the simpler it’s viewed and approached, makes for better understandin
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