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Lisa Pierce Jan 31
Not sure if NFL still abides, but at one point they integrated the Rooney Rule. The Rooney Rule is a policy that requires league teams to interview ethnic-minority candidates for head coaching and operation jobs. Does the education space do something similar?
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Luciane Dias Jan 31
Q2: Develop a Diversity and Inclusion Policy that should be attached to our contracts and applied by all partners as mandatory
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Jenni Ward Mar 8
A6 In addition to some of the big things like funding, changing laws, and equal access - we should also be supporting efforts like access to affordable feminine hygiene and sex education which are common barriers keeping girls from getting an education.
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Jenni Ward Mar 8
A2 The first step is being aware of any disparity that may exist and recognizing the need for change. Then we need to be brave enough to speak up, listen, and support one another to make steps towards balance.
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Jenni Ward Mar 8
A8 As with all roads to equal rights, the strong support of allies are non-negotiable. We can't advocate for balance if we're not also balancing the voice behind the message.
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Claudia Sandoval Mar 8
A1 means respect, menas emphaty, means honesty
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Luciane Dias Jan 31
A8: School has part on person's development and your values's construction ​​to ensure healthy living between students and society.
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Erin Raw Mar 8
A6: do not pigeon hole the types of education. Do not create weird boundaries segregating humanities and STEM as early as middle school.
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Erin Raw Mar 8
A8 decline to engage and stop@others from@engaging in female de-humanizing language like she’s bossy or b!tch.
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Samantha McAfee Mar 8
Q10: Me with my 4 month old girl, Zinnia, striking a sassy faced tree pose.
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Elise Goss-Alexander Jan 31
A7: In the space I work in, many students experience imposter syndrome. Stigma and exclusion reinforce this, telling students they are right to think they don't belong.
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Claudia Sandoval Jan 31
A5 Allies are crucial because they open the communication, and create save spaces to talk and to create counciousness
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Claudia Sandoval Mar 8
A2 Everybody is equally important, Everybody has the right to be the better professional and growth in Pearson
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Jyoti Chopra Mar 8
Q8. Male allies and advocates are critical to the journey for gender equality
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Peter Hughes Jan 31
A5. Standing in the shoes of others is a great way to build empathy and allies. Imagine if.......
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Stephanie Wells Mar 8
A1. means always looking at who we hire, who we prop up, who we keep down and being honest about why. Change can only come when we are introspective about and challenge what is currently happening.
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Joy S Collins Dec 13
Replying to @PearsonDiverse
A1: Susan Kapff's blog showed a great example of this, knowledge of a recipe for a traditional dish. Another example is the stories (funny or favorite memories, family history) we might try to always tell at a holiday meal.
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Sara Luterman Jan 29
& is a career path, not something you can just dump on a person from a minority you hired to do something else. Expecting someone to do two jobs for the price of one will damage employee retention & morale.
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Carly Chow Jan 31
A5: Allies help bridge the communication gap that can exist between diverse groups of people
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Erin Raw Mar 8
A8: notice and intervene when female peers are being interrupted or ideas are being usurped. Look around and notice when a lack of women are at the table.
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