Because No One Succeeds Unless Everyone Does
Every student has the right to a good education-but not every student gets the support they need in a traditional classroom.
Marginalized, racialized, and under-represented students, as well as students who are in or just aged out of foster care, often struggle in classroom settings. That’s because many commonly used teaching standards and assessment methods fail to understand where these students are coming from and what they need to succeed.
Assumptions about resource access, support at home, and prior experience in education can leave these students feeling alienated from the curriculum and the world of education in general. They come to see themselves as unwelcome learners in a classroom space not designed with their needs in mind.
CASEPS Draws Learners Back Into The Conversation
CASEPS is drawing those learners back into the conversation. Through CASEPS, educators in diverse communities can access:
- Supplemental teaching and learning standards
- Professional development programs
- National certification and accreditation in teaching to diverse communities
Achieve Your Professional Development Goals
Using these tools, CASEPS further develops at risk student education by helping teachers achieve their professional development goals of reaching diverse learners.
What They’re Saying
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