Lauren Morando Rhim

Guest Blogger

Executive Director and Co-Founder, The Center for Learner Equity

Norwich, Vermont

Morando Rhim is Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Center for Learner Equity, an organization working to ensure that students with disabilities, particularly those in under-resourced communities, have the quality educational opportunities and choices they need to thrive and learn.  A researcher, consultant, and advocate, she has spent the last 25 years striving to identify strategies to create and sustain high-quality public schools for all students. She has published extensively about school reform and regularly consults with federal, state and local policy leaders as well as practitioners.

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Posted Apr. 9, 2021

It’s Time To Break the Discipline Cycle and Invest in Student Supports

While we continue to struggle to figure out how to educate students 12 months into the global pandemic, we cannot…

By Lauren Morando Rhim

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Posted Mar. 26, 2020

It’s Time to Acknowledge That This Is the New Normal

To call the last few weeks hard, unprecedented and surreal feels trite. We are facing a pandemic unlike any in…

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Posted June 10, 2021

Teachers, Your LGBTQ+ Students Need You to Do More Than Wear a Rainbow T-Shirt or Wave a Flag on Pride Weekend

It’s June, which means Pride Month is here! In a year where many elected officials and school districts are more determined than ever to center…

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Posted June 11, 2021

Award-Winning Educators Call on States to Halt Bans on Critical Race Theory

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