Even when adopting a student-centered framework shaped from research on equity and inclusion—as this one is—actors must still be explicit in how to build equity and inclusion into design, planning, and implementation.

Ace Parsi and Rebecca Wolfe: "Student-Centered Learning and Inclusion: Getting the Details Right"

Published mar. 29, 2018

Rebecca Wolfe, JFF associate vice president, co-wrote a piece with Ace Parsi, the National Center for Learning Disabilities' personalized learning partnership manager, for Education Week on whether student-centered learning will positively affect equity and inclusion in education. They believe that agency, or student ownership, is an important aspect of this learning approach, but ensuring students with disabilities have agency can be difficult. As such, Wolfe and Parsi posit that there are several questions educators and advocates must consider in order to successfully implement student-centered approaches.