Who We Work With
PreK-12 Educational Institutions
  •  Are you facing challenges in fostering cultural competence among your staff and/or students?
  • Do you find disparities in educational outcomes and opportunities, and are you looking to promote equity in your educational institution?
  • Are you seeking ways to integrate diverse perspectives into your curriculum to better reflect the experiences of your students?
  • Are you interested in developing inclusive teaching practices that cater to diverse learning styles and create a more inclusive classroom?
  • Do you recognize unconscious biases and stereotypes within your educational institution and wish to address them?
  • Are you working towards creating safe and inclusive spaces where all students and educators are respected and valued?
  • Do you aim to engage the broader community, including parents and caregivers, in your JEDI initiatives for a more comprehensive approach?
  • Are you looking to provide ongoing professional development on JEDI topics to enhance educators’ understanding and implementation of inclusive practices?
  • Is there a need to review and update policies to ensure alignment with JEDI principles and promote fairness and equity within your educational system?
  • Are you dealing with conflicts related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and seeking support for resolution to foster a harmonious school environment?

Why is JEDI work important for PreK-12 Educational Institutions?

Social Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) initiatives play a pivotal role in enhancing PreK-12 school systems by fostering inclusive environments. Curriculum reform introduces diverse perspectives, histories, and cultures, offering students a comprehensive understanding of the world. Exploring implicit biases within the educational framework helps educators recognize and mitigate prejudices, promoting equitable treatment for all students. Addressing biases positively impacts classroom culture, creating safer spaces where students are valued, welcomed, seen, heard, and respected. Additionally, facilitating conversations among various constituents – teachers, students, parents, and administrators – without further polarization cultivates understanding and empathy. This approach promotes collaboration, ensuring that diverse voices are heard and respected, contributing to a more harmonious and equitable learning environment within PreK-12 schools.

How does US² help PreK-12 Educational Institutions?

Equity Audit
Qualitative Survey Analysis
Curriculum Writing
Policy Reform
Professional Development/Training (for all constituent groups)
Restorative Practices (Informal & Formal)
Integration of Social Justice Standards into Curriculum
Support with PLCs (Professional Learning Communities)
Mentoring & Coaching of Teacher Leaders & Administrators

What are the next steps?

Schedule a call with a team member to craft your personalized school/district plan

Ready to Start?
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