BRATTLEBORO — Local schools have been steadily building on their efforts to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
“What we’re doing, some will say, is not enough,” said Mikaela Simms, diversity coordinator at the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union. “But for sure, we have our axe to the grindstone and people are really dedicated to doing this work. Of course, like anything else, there’s room for improvement.”
Windham Southeast School District Board member David Schoales asked for administrators to bring back a proposal to make the three items a top priority. At the time of the meeting, in February, Schoales served as chairperson and there had been reports of racial harassment.
At the School Board meeting last Tuesday, Inte
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