Students gain knowledge of equity and inclusion practices, develop skills to become their own best advocates against hate and bias, practice safe intervention skills, and learn how to teach and model these behaviors and skills to their peers.
Educators and administrators undergo training to deliver diversity and inclusion programming to students, develop tools to support their students in building self-advocacy skills, and create and sustain inclusive classroom culture.
Parents, guardians, and other family members develop the knowledge and skills to support their students in their path towards growth, academic achievement, and self-advocacy.
What is Youth & Whole Family Training Systems?
Youth & Whole Family Training Systems is a whole system training program that engages students, educators and families. Diversity Council uses several of their training curriculum in this program such as StandUp Students, Student Leaders Creating Change, EquityLogic for Learning Environments, and other tools and tactics to engage families. Pre- and post-surveys are used to customize all organizational needs.
“An excellent presentation with worthwhile and important messages. Presenters were knowledgeable and personable.”
- Rochester Public Schools Faculty
“I benefited from the differing perspectives and the paradigm shift the presenters offered with my previous definitions of bias, prejudice, and discrimination.“
- Kasson-Mantorville Faculty