Learnings and Insights About Racial Equity, Policy, and Data: The Building Equitable Pathways Blog Series
About Building Equitable Pathways
Building Equitable Pathways is a coalition working to improve equity in postsecondary and career pathways so that all young people have equal opportunity for future success. Together, 14 innovative intermediary organizations, JFF, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, and the Walton Family Foundation aim to ensure that, at every stage and key transition point in their lives, Black and Latinx youth and young people experiencing poverty can access the knowledge, skills development opportunities, support, and relationships necessary to thrive in education and the workforce.
Learnings and Insights About Racial Equity, Policy, and Data: The Building Equitable Pathways Blog Series shares provocations, insights, and lessons from the partners in the initiative. Both Building Equitable Pathways and this blog series explore three distinct and deeply connected areas through which intermediaries can create systems change:
- Promoting racial equity in pathways
- Advocating for policy solutions
- Cultivating strong data and infrastructure practices
We are excited to share the challenges we face, the questions we are grappling with, and the solutions we create through Building Equitable Pathways over the next two years. We hope you will learn with us as we seek to increase our individual and collective capacity to change our education and workforce systems for the better.
Learn more about Building Equitable Pathways at www.jff.org/equitablepathways.