This artwork was created as part of the Connected Learning Alliance’s Make Learning Relevant campaign.

The enrichment gap — the distance between spending by low-income and high-income parents on our of school programs — is widening. One of the three core values of Connected Learning is Equity, based on the belief that when educational opportunity is available and accessible to all young people, it elevates the world we all live in. Check out this short video for a brief introduction to this approach to learning.

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Enrichment gap
Source: Duncan, Greg J. and Richard Murnane. “‘Figure 1.6,’ Enrichment Expenditures on Children, 1972 to 2006.” In Whither Opportunity?: Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children’s Life Chances.
Artwork created by Charlie Becker