Due East Educational Equity Collaborative
- Wellesley Public Schools
- Princeton Public Schools
What is the Due East Educational Equity Collaborative?
Marceline DuBose founded Due East Educational Equity Collaborative and is a “lead equity specialist” at the organization.
The organization says it “believes that to create more equity in our schools, which are consistently and predictably inequitable, we must refocus our work on the deep purposes of education.”
What services does Due East Educational Equity Collaborative provide?
Due East Educational Equity Collaborative says it partners with “education systems and education professionals to expand equity.” The organization says it partners with other groups to “expand academic success and belonging, for each and every student, for all that they need and bring, with all that we have.”
What K-12 work has the Due East Educational Equity Collaborative done?
Wellesley Public Schools
In late April 2021, Wellesley Public Schools’ Horatio H. Hunnewell Elementary School in Wellesley, Massachusetts, hosted a Zoom meeting, “Engaging Our Children in Important Conversations Related to Race and Social Justice,” led by the Due East Educational Equity Collaborative. The cofacilitators were Marceline DuBose, the company’s founder and lead equity specialist, and Tess Ormset, a lead equity specialist.
Princeton Public Schools
In the summer of 2018, in Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton Public Schools Superintendent Steve Cochrane issued a report, “2017-2018 Educational Equity Culture and Curriculum Audit,” by Due East Educational Equity Collaborate.