Research suggests a potential link between teacher SES and student outcomes, with students from low-income backgrounds often facing achievement gaps. However, the nature and strength of this relationship remain unclear. This event aims to explore this complex issue by bringing together educators, researchers, and policymakers to:

  • Examine existing research on the relationship between teacher SES, job performance, and student achievement.
  • Discuss potential mediating factors such as teacher expectations, instructional practices, and school resources.
  • Identify strategies to address any identified negative correlations and ensure equitable educational opportunities for all students.


Target Audience

Educators, researchers, policymakers, parents, and anyone interested in improving educational equity and student outcomes.


Event Format:

  • Questionnaire filling
  • Panel discussion: Featuring experts from various fields to present research findings and diverse perspectives.
  • Interactive Q&A session: Allowing the audience to engage with the panelists and share their insights.
  • Breakout group discussions: Encouraging deeper exploration of specific topics and potential solutions.


Expected Outcomes:

  • Increased awareness of the potential impact of teacher SES on student achievement.
  • Identification of key research gaps and areas for further investigation.
  • Development of evidence-based recommendations for policymakers and educators to address educational inequities.


This event has the potential to spark crucial conversations and initiate collaborative efforts towards creating a more equitable and effective educational system for all students.

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