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New from Equal Measure
STEM Active Learning Vignette Series: Leveraging Evidence-based Practice, Community, and Systems of Support at CSU Fresno
In a new vignette, Equal Measure’s Natalie Rose and Raymond McGhee highlight the work of CSU Fresno, which designed the program Building Opportunities with Networks of Discovery (BOND), which aims to increase students’ sense of self efficacy, sense of belonging, as well as their critical thinking and quantitative learning in order to increase student retention rates, graduation rates, and minimize the achievement gap of College of Science and Mathematics students.
From the Field
Intelligent Mobility as a Means to Improve Health Equity
In the final post of Stanford Social Innovation Review’s Advancing Equity in Communities series, Antwan Jones, director of graduate studies and associate professor of sociology and of Africana studies at The George Washington University sheds light on how public and private leaders should collaborate to promote health amenities in different neighborhoods.
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