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Elizabeth Cowie

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Education Equity is education that is fair and inclusive. Understanding that each student has different needs and capabilities is the first step of attaining education equity. Research suggests, low-income students of color have less academic achievement due to barriers associated with Social Determinants of Health, economic stability, social & community context, neighborhood & environment, health care, and education. Providing students with resources based off individual need will provide a better quality of education. Education equity matters because high- and low-income students do not have the same starting point in life, therefore not all students have the same opportunities to thrive. From the years 2000-2011, the number of high poverty schools in the United States increased 60%, and in 2017, 1 out of every 4 schools were considered high poverty. As the education gap grows larger, if it is not closed, students from low-income households will continue to be left behind.

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Department

Family and Consumer Sciences

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Degree Program

Health Education and Promotion

Publication Date

Fall 2020

Publisher

Fontbonne University Archives

City

St. Louis, MO

Disciplines

Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

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Poster title: Closing the Education Gap Provides Opportunity for All

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The Education Gap, What It Is, Why it Matters & How We Can Close It

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