The School Girls Deserve Report is the result of a participatory action research project (PAR) that was done in collaboration with girls, transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) youth of color in all five boroughs of New York City. Listening sessions were held with over 100 participants ages 9 – 24 from various racial and ethnic backgrounds. The report documents how girls and TGNC youth of color are pushed out of school, uplifts their visions for the schools that they want and deserve and has policy and practice recommendations that school stakeholders can partake in to create schools that are holistic, safe and affirming for girls and TGNC youth of color.
Over the past 8 years, The Black Organizing Project (BOP) has organized students, families and community memebers to provide OUSD leadership with countless personal testimonies, feedback from communiyt forums, and ... MORE
Section 1.3 on Culturally Relevant Curriculum and Teaching explains how to ensure that the curriculum, teaching methods and school environment are responsive to all the cultures and communities represented in ... MORE