School & District Leadership Support

We support leaders working with culturally & linguistically diverse students in transforming systems to improve student outcomes. Contact us today for more information.

Professional Learning Offerings

We offer a wide variety of professional learning opportunities for teachers, leaders, and coaches. Contact us today for more information.

Curriculum & Instruction

We help districts adopt and implement curriculum materials that amplify literacy development for all students, multilingual and other culturally diverse learners.

Vendor Certifications

EdQuity is a Massachusetts Small Business Purchasing Program (SBPP) business and a pre-approved vendor for Massachusetts DESE Investigating History. Contact us today for more information.

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Founder of EdQuity

Meet Kelly Cooney

Kelly Cooney (she/her) is a dynamic, culturally & linguistically sustaining educator and advocate who leads with equity at the forefront to improve systems. Her experience spans over two decades of problem solving to improve outcomes for historically underserved students, with a focus on Multilingual Learners. After teaching overseas and in the Boston Public Schools, Kelly Cooney joined administration teams as English Learner Director to advocate for change and give voice to multilingual students, families and teachers. She uses data and research-based best practices to build teacher capacity while working with administration to transform systems. To accomplish this, she cultivates a culture of high expectations and high support for all.

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EdQuity consults with districts and schools to improve student outcomes, by supporting teachers, and improving systems.

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Land Acknowledgement

EdQuity Consulting operates on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Pokanoket, Wôpanâak and Narragansett Peoples. We thank these First Peoples who continue to live on these lands and care for them, and whose relationship to these lands existed long before the founding of Rhode Island and The United States of America.