Everyone has seen versions of this graphic, and I have not idea who the original creator(s) are (actually, here’s a post by its originator: The Evolution of an Accidental Meme). But they are useful, and I thought I’d bring together variations I’ve seen online and invite readers to contribute others, as well as letting me know the names of the original artists.
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— Marla Lipkin (@MarlaLipkin) April 10, 2016
— Jeremy Bond (@JeremyDBond) April 27, 2016
— Dave Potter (@GlobalReady) March 11, 2016
— Ben Lausten, Ed.S. (@LaustenTeaching) May 13, 2016
The Fourth Box is a lesson using the graphic.
The problem with that equity vs. equality graphic you’re using is from Cultural Organizing. Thanks to Paul Thomas for the tip.
Maybe another version with a similar message:
Not everyone experiences life in the same way pic.twitter.com/G4x97ufbSg
— Awkward Animals (@SoVeryAwkward) April 22, 2017
— Brooke Wilson (@brookekwilson) April 27, 2017
Fair does not mean doing the same thing for all students. If we want to close the achievement gap and teach all learners, we need to change this mindset. #kidsdeserveit #teachergoals pic.twitter.com/dhwmzXnCtw
— #teachergoals 🍎 (@teachergoals) July 29, 2018
— 𝕁𝕖𝕤𝕤 𝔹𝕖𝕝𝕝 (@jessbell79) July 15, 2018
— Monica Montalvo (@MonicaLmontalvo) July 21, 2018
— Dr. Katrina Guillory (@drkguillory) August 27, 2018
Here’s a version that’s new to me:
Which one you rollin with ..? pic.twitter.com/gh72KdeWg7
— my name is gary (@GaryRGrayJr) June 8, 2019