The Equity Equation

We all know that access to a quality education can have a profound effect enabling students to reach their full potential. Yet, as a society, we have to confront the fact that a high-quality education was long unjustly denied to Black, Latinx, and Indigenous students, low-income students, and first-generation students. Higher education must do better for these students moving forward, and we believe that it starts with digital learning.

Real Students, Real Voices

Educational opportunity and economic success are intertwined. For students of color, low-income students, and first-generation students, a college degree can provide the means to help students reach their full potential. The change needed for these students starts with a straightforward conversation about how to enable learning through advances in digital courseware that serves the needs of today’s students – particularly amid the pandemic, as institutions of higher education move more courses online.

Equity Library

Research shows digital learning tools can increase access and engagement, decrease student costs and improve outcomes for college students. The development and implementation of digital learning strategies is the solution to delivering a quality education that is accessible, adaptive and equitable for every student everywhere.

Increase Access and Engagement

Decrease Student Cost

Improve Outcomes for College Students

Research shows digital learning tools can:

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Equity Experts

Get Expert Advice from Every Learner Everywhere’s Expert Network.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and shift to remote learning, colleges and universities face new challenges in delivering a quality digital education that is accessible, adaptive and equitable – particularly for traditionally underserved students of color, low-income students and first-generation students.

The Every Learner Everywhere Expert Network, powered by ISTE, aims to advance professional learning and practice during a time when you urgently need expert advice to support your students through the COVID-19 crisis and transitions from face-to-face instruction to online learning. This network of experts are available to meet with you one-on-one, to discuss how you can infuse equity education principles into your practice areas.

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Dr. Jessica Rowland Williams, Director of Every Learner Everywhere, serves as spokesperson for Every Learner Everywhere. She has a personal passion for the topic of digital learning and can share the unique challenges facing these students as the new academic year begins – and how digital learning courseware and tools can increase access and engagement, decrease student costs and improve faculty delivery and student outcomes.

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