In 7 states, Ed Trust seeks to drive conversations about how the state’s public education system can better serve students of color and students from low-income backgrounds, pre-K through college and career. We bridge policy and community by engaging and equipping education stakeholders, including civic organizations, education equity coalitions, thought leaders, educators, policymakers, families, and youth. Working alongside advocates, Ed Trust draws attention to inequities that disproportionately impact underserved students; equips partners with actionable and accessible advocacy tools; and builds capacity and collective will to demand and secure equity-advancing policy and practice.
Ed Trust State Advocacy Work
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This year, Massachusetts celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Massachusetts Education Reform Act (MERA), and indeed Massachusetts has a…