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Our new Beginners Guide to Equity in Schools is our invitation to you to create your own journey toward a strong and supportive school community that honors every child and every adult.

A few years ago, Morningside Center staff recognized that we were in a unique position to tackle one of the most difficult challenges facing the U.S. education system: racial disproportionality in discipline. From our 2019 Annual Report.

Students and educators at Brooklyn’s Meyer Levin Middle School (including our staff developer at the school, Dionne Grayman) are once again in the spotlight for the joyful and equitable school they are working to create together.  

How can we advance racial equity in our schools through social and emotional learning? We had some great discussions about it at CASEL's recent SEL Exchange. 

NYC Chancellor Richard Carranza and NYC first lady Chirlane McCray celebrate Meyer Levin Middle School as a model of social and emotional learning, restorative justice, and culturally responsive education.

Tala Manassah on what we’re learning through our i3 Whole School Racial Equity Project, from our new Annual Report.

Morningside Center's Tala Manassah and Tom Roderick and researcher Anne Gregory share what we're learning about how to create more equitable schools in their article for The Learning Professional, published by Learning Forward

Tom Roderick's message in our newly released Annual Report 2017.