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Centering Marginalized Populations

At the Education Collaboratory, we intentionally center marginalized students, and their educators and families in their experiences with and opportunities to benefit from SEL science in practice through collaborative research. Our work advances the conditions for learning, teaching, and thriving for all marginalized students, educators, and families.

Who are marginalized populations?

  • students, educators, and families in the school community with minoritized racial, ethnic, linguistic, gender, sexual, or disability identities and the intersections therewithin.

Our collaborative examines discriminatory, inequitable, or prejudicial practices, policies, and pedagogies and identifies opportunities to improve, advance, or optimize accessible, inclusive, and safe experiences for marginalized student, educators, and families.