Generating Expectations for Student Achievement
~ Teacher K-12 Program
From the research reported during the past several decades on gender and race, we have identified five major areas of disparity in the classroom and demonstrated a relationship to academic achievement. The necessity of high expectations for all students has been identified repeatedly as an essential factor for educational success at all levels. GESA examines the five areas of disparity in the classroom and then encourages teachers to utilize research based, proactive instructional strategies and resources to eliminate the disparities and support high expectations.
GESA for Parents
This program addresses how adult expectations and behaviors influence children's learning. Using what we learned from the GESA teacher program, we practice parent-to-child behaviors that will enhance a child's educational success.
GESA for Administrators
This program is designed to provide participants with an overview of equity concepts and effective schooling research; to increase awareness of classroom disparity; to expand observation and supervision skills to include equity issues related to curriculum, teacher-student interactions and learning environment; and to share research-based strategies, techniques and resources with which to address disparities and improve student achievement.
Student Achievement Grounded in Equity
The SAGE material and information are designed to provide faculty members, staff and administrators in higher education (and others working with adult learners) with updated research on strategies to increase student achievement and retention and better prepare students for a changing workforce.
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