Taking a Look at Our Biases

Image Credit: BCT Partners
Image Credit: BCT Partners

Written by: Reagan Flowers, PhD

In the midst of one of the most trying years in recent decades, and with the election approaching, conflict and controversy continue to run high. One way we can examine any situation, including approaching how we serve all students adequately, begins by taking a look at our own personal biases.

Increased awareness around racism in STEM has been one positive outcome of recent social justice developments. In fact, Cornell University recently launched a seminar to address these very issues. It is my hope that we continue to see more efforts like these in higher education. By engaging tomorrow’s brightest minds, we can all work together to remove barriers in K-12 STEM education.  Read the full article…

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