Is There Racial Inequality at Your Child’s School?
Discriminology's school accountability report cards make it easy to find, rate, and share information on how fair and just your local K-12 schools are and see how they compare to others.
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How families use Discriminology school report cards
Discriminology’s school report cards help families to be more informed and engaged around local and systemic equity issues
Find your school, take action
At the top of each school’s report card are 4 action items that allow members to either rate their school, start a discussion, take a survey and/or ﬁle a complaint. These action items represent key takeaways from over a 100 different focus groups, interviews and conversations with Black and Brown families. Find your school
Find out what your school’s data means and why it matters
Using the most recent data available (i.e., 2015-2016 OCR Data Set), Discriminology school report cards put the details of educational data into context to help communities gain deeper insights so that they can better understand and use school data. Try now
Ask the right questions
Discriminology school report cards allow communities to rate their school in 10 different equity informed categories. These categories are based on research principles from culturally responsive pedagogy, developmental psychology, and critical race theory.
We are continuously working with our expanding network of community partners to ensure that our equity categories best reflect the educational needs and concerns of Black and Brown families.
Simplifying communication and elevating voices
Discriminology helps to create alignment and understanding within communities by providing an interactive space for sharing ideas, content or research directly on a school’s report card.
Smart, secure, & social
Discriminology uses a serverless, highly scalable, low cost enterprise grade data warehouse designed to keep all data secure, clean, and organized.
Discriminology’s innovative Progression System uses Justice Points (JP) to track the growth of its members. These points will be used to earn badges, enter contest and compete for justice glory on live leaderboards.
Simple & powerful search
Discriminology’s growing set of educational equity ﬁlters allow users to customize their search by student subgroups, such as race with gender and with disability status.
Built with our end user in mind, Discriminology maps and ﬁlter sets were designed to put relevant information upfront so that families can easily ﬁnd what their looking for.