MSAN Institute

MSAN Intersetional Social Justice Collaborative for Middle and High School Students

Seminars begin October 27, 2021

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The MSAN Consortium is a national coalition of multiracial school districts that have come together to understand and eliminate opportunity/achievement gaps that persist in their schools. MSAN districts have student populations between 3,000 and 33,000 and are most often located in well-established first-ring suburbs or small/mid-size cities. Additionally, the districts share a history of high academic achievement and connections to major research universities.

Across MSAN districts, disparities on an array of achievement data demonstrate wide gaps in performance across students from diverse racial, ethnic, and linguistic backgrounds. Since 1999, MSAN has worked fervently to achieve the parallel goals of closing gaps while ensuring all students achieve to high levels. To this end, districts work collaboratively to conduct and publish research, analyze policies, and share promising practices that support the Network’s mission: to understand and change school practices and structures that keep racial opportunity/achievement gaps in place.

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MSAN's Impact

28 Districts

9 States

248,702

Enrolled Students

118,442

Students of Color

40,573

Teachers & Staff

10,612

Teachers & Staff
of Color

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