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Linear Inequality
Linear Inequality Linear Inequality Linear Inequality Linear Inequality Linear Inequality
Linear Inequality Linear Inequality Linear Inequality Linear Inequality Linear Inequality

Linear Inequality

$55.00

Traditional measures of academic achievement show a persistent gap between students from low-income households, and not. Why? What does inequality look like? What would equity look like?

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Details

  • Waleed is 6’1”, wearing size L
  • Tizzy is 5'5", wearing size S
  • 90/ 10 cotton modal blend for luxury, soft touch and finish
  • Made in Los Angeles, USA
  • Standard relaxed fit
  • Questions about sizing? Email info@originofmind.clothing

Description

This collection is designed to highlight realities in educational equity and (in)equality in the US. Our designs explore the differences in how this country invests in education across demographic groups. 

Design

To what extent do perceptions of students influence behaviors?

How do students see themselves in their educators, and the expectations we hold of them? Does school work to increase opportunity for all students, or does it contribute to young people's marginalization and oppression?