U2L Policy Study
How did Dallas become a city that leads the nation in both economic prosperity and child poverty rates?
How are systemic inequities intertwined?
How might we build an informed network of community leaders to act as agents of change in support of public education?
United to Learn’s Policy Study brings together a diverse group of key decision-makers and community leaders in Dallas to highlight the urgent need for policy changes that can drive equity in Dallas.
Eliminating resource gaps and promoting educational equity lies at the heart of the United to Learn mission.
U2L’s Policy Study curates relevant readings and expert presentations to stimulate meaningful dialogue that is free from judgment or blame. As thought leaders explore the history that laid the groundwork for today’s structural inequities, they delve into the roots and impact of policies including:
- Modern Inequities
- Criminal Justice
Participants in the program might also engage in field visits and volunteer opportunities for hands-on experiences.
Cohort members are nominated by our network every year and meet once a month from October to May.Express Interest