Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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About the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Repository
BOCES of New York State has partnered with the New York State Education Department and Tangible Development to provide resources to support diversity, equity, and inclusion in New York state schools.
An educator-led initiative
This Resource Repository, established in July 2022, provides free, high-quality, resources developed by and for K-12 educators and education leaders. Resources can be found under the the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources heading. Please note that the Repository is still under development. Resources will continue to be added to each section.
This work is grounded in the draft framework on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion established by the New York State Education Department.
Open to all educators across New York
Educators across New York state, including public and non-public schools, are invited to submit resources to the Repository to reflect the breadth and depth of diversity, equity, and inclusion work being done across the state, and to provide the field with opportunities for learning and growth.
Vetted resources reflecting promising practices
The resources chosen for this repository have passed through a review process to determine whether they reflect promising practices within the field of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Each resource is accompanied by a review document outlining its strengths, as well as opportunities for further growth or development, as identified during the review process.
Why a DEI Repository?
In April 2021, the New York State Board of Regents released a draft framework on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in our schools. The 37 district superintendents representing BOCES across New York recognize that there is extensive work to be done in our schools and school communities across New York as we strive for more diverse, equitable, and inclusive educational environments. The resources provided in the Repository aim to reflect and support that work.