Anti-Racism and Anti-Bias Task Force
  • Citing the need to dismantle barriers that negatively impact Indigenous students, students of color, students with disabilities, and LGBTQ+, the Governing Board of the Flagstaff Unified School District established an Anti-Racism, Anti-Bias Task Force at its July 14th meeting. The purpose of the task force is to create and apply a shared understanding and commitment to equity, inclusion, and anti-racism - a key FUSD commitment outlined in the District strategic plan adopted by the Governing Board in early 2018.

    Coconino County Supervisor Elizabeth Archuleta and former Arizona State Representative Eric Descheenie serve as co-chairs along with Governing Board Members Kara Kelty, Dr. Carol Haden and Susan Smith, FUSD’s Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Support.

    At the conclusion of the Task Force, the summary findings will be presented to the Governing Board for consideration.

Final Report
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    1. Establishing a community process to engage all stakeholders to create a shared understanding and commitment to equity, inclusion, and anti-racism.
    2. Review current curriculum and explore expanded curriculum that more accurately depicts the contributions of underrepresented populations to prepare our students to be culturally competent and anti-racist.
    3. Examine recruiting practices to diversify our candidate hiring pools so that there is an increase in representation throughout the district of the students we serve.
    4. Examine and evaluate the use of all resources and practices to meet the socio-emotional needs of our historically underrepresented students.

Meeting Summaries

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