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CI & Equity

As you continue to test out new ideas through CI, check out these resources to ensure equity is the core of every idea. If you would like to learn more about the CI4E project, start here.

As you continue to test out new ideas through CI, check out these resources to ensure equity is the core of every idea.

The Design Team’s process resulted in two key products: critical inquiry questions and a curated set of tools that users can access to support an equity-driven continuous improvement process. Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for improvement teams to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list of equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for NSIs to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes

The Design Team’s process resulted in two key products: critical inquiry questions and a curated set of tools that users can access to support an equity-driven continuous improvement process. Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for improvement teams to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list of equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for NSIs to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes

The Design Team’s process resulted in two key products: critical inquiry questions and a curated set of tools that users can access to support an equity-driven continuous improvement process. Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for improvement teams to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list of equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for NSIs to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes

The Design Team’s process resulted in two key products: critical inquiry questions and a curated set of tools that users can access to support an equity-driven continuous improvement process. Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for improvement teams to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for NSIs to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes

The Design Team’s process resulted in two key products: critical inquiry questions and a curated set of tools that users can access to support an equity-driven continuous improvement process. Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for NSIs to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes

The Design Team’s process resulted in two key products: critical inquiry questions and a curated set of tools that users can access to support an equity-driven continuous improvement process. Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for school improvement teams to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list of equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: •Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for NSIs to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes

The Design Team’s process resulted in two key products: critical inquiry questions and a curated set of tools that users can access to support an equity-driven continuous improvement process. Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for improvement teams to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list of equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes Description: The critical inquiry questions, also known as equity considerations, aim to provide an entry point for NSIs to examine their processes with an equity lens with a list equity-centered prompts for teams to consider. When using this resource, keep in mind: Intentionally infusing, prioritizing, and sustaining an equity lens to an improvement project often requires a mindset change for those engaged in this work. This list reflects important considerations that teams must keep in mind during both planning and implementation of improvement processes, including: • Starting with the self: Examining the layers of identity & perspective • Seeing the system: Examining context & history • Examining the lens & locus of influence: Elevating authentic voice • Shifting the paradigm: Valuing process & outcomes