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Mind-sets and Equitable Education

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Region IV Equity Center: WestEd
Year: 
2010

This article addresses two mind-sets that people can have about students’ intelligence: that intelligence is static or that it can grow. The author argues, “Only in growth mind-set cultures, where teachers and administrators are encouraged to fulfill their potential, will they be able to help their students fulfill their potential in schools that are free of bias.” 

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