In Pursuit of Equity: Identify your Vulnerable Decision Points (VDPs)

Over the last several years, many of us have spent time taking a hard look at our implicit biases and how they affect our judgment, decision-making, and attitudes, both personally and professionally.  As educators, we have a moral responsibility to address equity consistently and directly in our classrooms, schools, and districts, but we know that is much easier said than done.  It can be very difficult to identify and define instances of inequity, but the resources below dive into how we can use discipline data to recognize our Vulnerable Decision Points and create an action plan to avoid unintentionally creating inequitable situations for students.

Equitable Outcomes Require Finding Vulnerable Decisions

Disrupt Your Vulnerable Decisions with These Simple Solutions

Don’t Discipline Hangry: 3 Steps to a Better Classroom

Skip to content