Welcome to Equity & Diversity

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    QR Code E&D Dept Website
    The E&D Team has a QR Code to link you to our website!
     
    Equity and Diversity hosted its 6th Annual Multicultural Senior Recognition Night on May 8th, 2017 at UNR!
     
    Dr. Paul Mitchell  
    Dr. Paul Mitchell of UNR's Reynolds School of Journalism was our keynote speaker. 
     
     Traci Awards Senior
    Superintendent Traci Davis awards one of our seniors a graduation medal.
    MISSION
    Equity and Diversity will promote, develop and support equitable practices and policies for a safe and inclusive school community system; additionally, we will provide assurance of access, representation and meaningful participation for all.

    MAJOR FUNCTION
    Equity and Diversity will focus on the transformation of our district to systemically address sustainable equitable access and support for all students and their families; a collective pursuit of cultural proficiency.

    WHY EQUITY & DIVERSITY IN WCSD?
    The recent national focus on standardized testing has illuminated the achievement gap between students from diverse backgrounds and the average student. Specifically, students of color are performing at lower levels than the average student. WCSD is no different. Thus, it's the district's goal to close the achievement gap among diverse populations of students, especially those of color. 
     
     
    One tool our department uses is The Equity Lens
    For any policy, program, practice, or decision, consider:
    1. What racial/ethnic groups are affected/impacted?
    2. Does the program ignore or worsen existing disparities?
    3. How have stakeholders been involved?
    4. What are the barriers to more equitable outcomes?
    5. How can negative impacts/barriers be mitigated?
     
    Who Equitably Benefits:
    • from our curriculum decisions? 
    • from our teacher hiring and assignments? 
    • from our gifted, honors, and AP programs? 
    • from our special education and RTI programs? 
    • from our extracurricular activities? 
    • from our budget decisions? 
    • from our from our accountability measures? 
    • from our learning goals/objectives? 
    Linton, C. (2011). Equity 101: The Equity Framework. Thousand Oaks, CA. Corwin.   
     
     SUPERCAST - Equity and Diversity with Traci Davis
     
     
     
      
    Students and parents celebrated!
     MCSRD Students     Families    
     
    We had Folkloric Dancers!
     
    Ballet Folklorico  
     
     

Contacts & Location

  • Equity & Diversity Coordinator
    Tiffany Young, M.Ed.
    (775) 789-4664 
     
    Secretary
    Tinnica Scott-Montgomery          
    (775) 789-4670  
    Fax (775) 689-2607                               
                                                  
     
    Equity & Diversity Specialist
    (775) 789-4671 
     
    Equity & Diversity Specialist
    (775) 789-3437
    Se habla español
     
    Indian Education Specialist
    (775) 789-4673
                                          
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