Level the Playing Field: Supporting Students in Poverty with High-Impact Instruction

Wednesday February 7, 2024
3:30 - 5:00 PM

The Supporting Students in Poverty with High-Impact Instructional Strategies Toolkit provides teachers and administrators with evidence-based strategies and instructional actions to decrease the negative impacts of poverty on student achievement. The toolkit identifies five high-impact instructional strategies that K-12 teachers can implement and provides supportive research, guidance, tips, and resources. The toolkit also includes actions principals, district, and state leaders can take to support educators in mitigating the impact of poverty on student achievement. This toolkit is designed to support: Educators in high-poverty, low-performing schools or who are new to the profession This no-cost resource is ideal for PLCs, personalized support following observations, or other PD training. In this workshop, educators will explore the child poverty landscape and toolkit resources, and identify approaches to use this resource to better support students in poverty.

In-person Workshop
school improvement