The University of Delaware is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion and has shown support for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) in their “academic mission of educating global citizens who are dedicated to building a better world” (UD President Assanis, 2020). The Delaware Positive Behavior Support Project also supports the BIPOC community and is committed to creating more diverse, equitable, and inclusive environments for students in our schools and in our nation.
To learn more about equity in education and ways that educators can reduce racial disproportionality and disparities in our schools, please click the links below:

As you navigate the research on inequity in education, please consider these questions:

  1. In what ways are equity and inequity defined?
  2. How well do I know the impacts of inequity on our schools and students?
  3. What can I do, or my school’s MTSS/PBS teams do, to make my school more equitable for all students?

What is Equity?

Inequity Affects Schools

What Can We Do?