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Implicit Bias

2016Implicit Bias

2016 State of the Science: Implicit Bias Review

Download The Kirwan Institute is excited to publish the fourth edition of its annual State of the Science: Implicit Bias Review to deepen public awareness of implicit biases and the challenges they pose to a society that strives to treat all of its members equally. Research from the neuro-, social and cognitive sciences show that … Continue reading »

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2016Implicit Bias

Race Matters… And So Does Gender

Download  An Intersectional Examination of Implicit Bias in Ohio School Discipline Disparities By Robin A. Wright Using publicly available data from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Interactive Local Report Card, this report builds on the 2014 analysis by examining discipline disparities at the intersection of both race and sex.

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2015Implicit Bias

2015 State of the Science: Implicit Bias Review

Download The Kirwan Institute began publishing its annual State of the Science: Implicit Bias Review in early 2013. We are very excited to release this third issue as a part of our continued commitment to help deepen public awareness of brain science work underway at universities and colleges across the country about hidden biases that … Continue reading »

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Implicit Bias in School Discipline

Visit Webpage  This webpage features Kirwan Institute research on racialized discipline disparities in K–12 public education. Understanding these disparities, particularly in disciplinary actions that exclude students from school, is crucial, as students who are “pushed out” of the classroom are denied educational opportunities. This research seeks to shed light on racialized discipline disparities and disrupt … Continue reading »

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2014Implicit Bias

2014 State of Science: Implicit Bias Review

Download With the results in the Zimmerman and Dunn trials, introducing people to Implicit Bias research seems more important than ever. The Kirwan Institute is excited to be able to continue to support the field with this new edition of State of the Science: Implicit Bias Review. Chapter 1 serves as a primer to introduce … Continue reading »

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