Building Equitable Schools

Equity exists in our schools when all educators, students, and families, regardless of race, class, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, and other identifiers, have unimpeded access to inclusive learning and working environments characterized by high quality instruction, rich systems of support, robust information, and differentiated opportunities that contribute to their personal growth and academic success.

SEZP is committed to embracing the institutional change necessary to dismantle the policies and practices that are inherently racist and perpetuate injustice and inequity.

Cultivating anti-racist and equitable schools requires a commitment to ongoing critical self-reflection, learning, and continuous improvement.

Discover ways to engage in equity work across SEZP below.

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