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  • 1. Fair is not equal, fair is getting what is needed. -unknown
  • 2. If three different people have three different types ofneeds (ie: one’s hungry, one’s thirsty, and one’s fine),
  • 3. and they each then receive a hamburger (in the name of equality),
  • 4. we end up with one out of three needs met.
  • 5. Guy 2 is still thirsty and Guy 3 has wasted a hamburger.
  • 6. Equity involves taking care of individualneeds, in order to give everyone a go – at life.
  • 7. Equity begs that everyone is known by someone.What if equity is more about knowing a person enough to know and help themregulate their preference for stimulation. -Susan Cain
  • 8. Equity will come when we free people of a predetermined outcome/label. Equity will come when we offer resources per choice and facilitate curiosities.We have no idea the inequity we promote daily, with our labels, our imposed mindsets of what is normal.
  • 9. Perhaps public ed should be equitable,not equal,not standard,not normalized,not mandated,not compulsory.