Ensuring a Culture of Inclusivity
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"So Melissa, have you thought about what you'll do as a school counselor to advocate for a culture of inclusivity?
"What have you been thinking?"
"Well, I have several ideas..."
"For one, I want to host diversity leadership and GLBTQ clubs."
"And have the kids poster the halls with reminders of our norms, coordinate community evening events that celebrate cultures, and organize regular celebrations of "National Days" including National Human Rights Day, World Mental Health Day, and National Coming Out of the Closet Day."
"I'll work with social studies, art, choir, band, and other teachers to develop units that highlight the impact diversity and cultures have had on history and the arts. I want to work with the librarian to provide current and relevant books to the library that relate to diversity."
"I want to learn and train staff as our population's needs emerge. I want to ask for preferred pronouns, be a person who can help teachers problem solve in a nonjudgemental way, and provide brochures and other resources to students and parents.
"And I have a bunch more ideas, too. This technology will only allow me six cells."
"Great ideas! Keep thinking about that moving forward."
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