Successful equity planning projects.
In order to have a successful planning project, one needs to know what geography is to be focused on. By focusing on a certain geography problem, you can evaluate and come up with different alternatives in the action of having the participation and consultation of the community. In other words, for the sake of having a successful equity planning project, a needs assessment needs to be conducted. A needs assessment is a survey to identify the most important things as well as requirements that would best uplift the community. Evaluation planning begins with needs assessment planning. Needs assessment data can often serve as a baseline or pretest data for program evaluation. Examples on how to have a successful equity planning project are to determine what groups and individuals need to be involved in the planning project, determine readiness and resources for the project, involve the target population members in the planning project, find out as much as you can about your target population members and last investigate the health status of your target population to determine current health priorities. All these examples will serve as a general framework of what needs to be done in order to have a successful equity planning project. Schools and district should have policies that ensure the equity of all students. Students should not experience any type of discrimination based off of race, gender, zoning and social class. Positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) is an example of a framework that helps the integration of schools and it ensures the improvement of academics for all students. Basically, George W. Bush’s idea of no child left behind. The amount of successful equity planning project is inevitable. The key components of a good project are to center the problem, develop key ideas to better the problem, take action and reap the benefits.
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