PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Building capacity on the paradigms of diversity, equity and inclusion involve content, discussion, activity and interaction. This learning is personal, reflective, uncomfortable, and requires brave transformations of self. It relies on one’s willingness to be vulnerable and consistent. It demands that all of us recognize our individual privileges and consider the social stratification of our constructed identities. Participation in just about any equity, diversity and inclusion training does not guarantee an individual to become critically acute; however, when organizations expect their stakeholders to uphold humanity, anti-bias mindsets and behaviorS, a continuum of learning on the topics of diversity, equity and inclusion can be transformative.

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A FEW OF OUR COLLABORATORS

Argo High School District 217

Bensenville School District 2

Berwyn South School District 100

Community Consolidated School District 46

Community High School District 99

Community High School District 155

Community Unit School District 300

Crete-Monee School District 201U

Deerfield School District 109

District 45

Downers Grove Grade School 58

DuPage High School District 88

Edwardsville Community District 7

Fairview School District 72

Fenton High School District 100

Glencoe School District 35

Hinsdale Township High School 86

Huntley Community School District 158

Indian Prairie School District 204

Joliet School District 86

Kenilworth School District 38

Leyden High School District 212

Maercker School District 60

McLean School District 5

Medinah School District 11

Mt. Prospect School District 57

Mundelein Elementary School District 75

Niles Township High School District 219

Park Ridge-Niles School District 64

Riverside Brookfield High School 208

River Trails School District 26

Township High School District 214

Wheaton North High School 200

Will County School District 92