Our collective future depends on an education system that eradicates inconsistent and inequitable learning opportunities. America’s history of oppression has created an educational environment that does not work for all students. This has led to a predictable and pervasive cycle of ineffective education, especially for historically marginalized students.
eXi believes that the system must be redesigned for all students and this can only be done at the intersection of equity and innovation.
eXi BELIEVES IN COMMUNITY-ENGAGED COOPERATIVE LEARNING AT DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY
eXi is housed within the School of Education at Duquesne University. Through exploring new learning methods and re-designing traditional approaches, eXi uses innovation as the path to true equity.
On a mission to upset the absolutes in an educational system built on the dynamic of privilege.
Temple S. Lovelace, Ph.D., BCBA-D is an Associate Professor in the School of Education. In recent years she served as the Director of Special Education and was a Deeper Learning Equity Fellow. She is a member of the Remake Learning Council. Her research centers on the examination of the intersectionality of disability, gender, and race, with particular interest in creating innovative, liberatory academic and behavioral interventions for students. Her local work is reflective in the following publications: Achieving Educational Equity for African American Students with and without Exceptionalities; Creating a Schoolwide Culture to Support Practitioner Research; and Community-University Partnerships as Vehicles of Radical Leadership, Service and Activism. Dr. Lovelace is a proud 40 under 40 awardee and recipient of Duquesne University’s 2017 Office of Research Hall of Fame award.