CS&A’s Focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Schools are becoming more diverse in a multitude of ways.

As the student body changes, schools must consider diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as they hire teachers, evaluate the curriculum, or build strategic plans.

This focus features school leaders, DEI practitioners, and educators sharing what they have done to advance diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts in their communities.

Staying Nimble and Playing the Long Game

What does DEI look like in an urban elementary school? Nicole A. DuFauchard, Head of School at The Advent School, gives us a look inside.


Director of Diversity to Head of School: A New Path

These two roles are more parallel than one may think. Jadi Taveras, Head of School at Esperanza Academy, explains why.


Hiring with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Mind

As schools approach the busy hiring season, Brandie Melendez from the Berkeley Carroll School reminds us to review the hiring process through a DEI lens.


White Fragility in Students

The Co-founders of Teaching While White discuss the role of educators in conversations about race, especially among white students.

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Our Work Together

Head of School Bernie Noe discusses building an inclusive community at Lakeside School in Seattle.

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When We Care: Prioritizing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Noni Thomas López, Head of School at Gordon School, shares her school's long history of DEI work.

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Interrupting Implicit Bias in the Admissions Process

After spending the summer working with college admission offices, consultant Lawrence Alexander offers his advice to other institutions considering evaluating their admissions processes.

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What Happens When History and a Makerspace Collide?

And what does it have to do with equity, inclusion, and justice? Allison Ewing, Upper School Social Studies Department Chair at Bullis School, explains.

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