What We Support

  • The equitable integration of students, teachers, administrators, and staff who are collectively diverse by race, color, class, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, language, religion, and culture
  • Curricula that embrace the diverse cultures and experiences of students, with particular attention to remedying anti-Blackness and creating inclusive educational environments for historically marginalized and oppressed groups
  • The absence of tracking and discriminatory disciplinary practices that stigmatize students and undermine their development and achievement
  • Cultural competence and implicit bias training for all school and administrative personnel
  • Systems across and within public schools that share power and resources among students, faculty, administrators, and staff