The Council's goal is to promote race equity in the development and implementation of policies, programs and our own personal interactions. For more information, explore the Race Equity and Inclusion Action Guide: 7 Steps to Advance and Embed Race Equity and Inclusion within your Organization below. The adoption of these steps help to reduce race inequities within our organizations and systems that contribute to the differential outcomes observed among our children and families.
One of the impacts of systemic racialization is the exclusion of people of color from many avenues of decision making, civic participation and power. People of color, the most direct stakeholders in the elimination of racism and those with the most first-hand experiences with its effects, must have a role in social-change efforts along with whites.
Advancing race equity for the populations that we serve requires data.
A racial equity impact assessment is a systematic examination of how a proposed action or decision will likely
affect different racial and ethnic groups.
The Latina Mentoring Initiative (LMI) was created to level the playing field for young Latinas. Mentors are positive role models who guide youth with respect, structure, and compassion to build positive life skills.
Every Student Present shed light on the issue of chronic absence and highlights approaches that schools, families and communities can use to reduce it.
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Serves as an advisory council to the Governor on building a comprehensive and sustainable early childhood system to ensure success for all young children.