AIM is a comprehensive instrument designed to: evaluate diversity, multiculturalism, equity and justice in independent schools. assist in strategic planning initiatives to build and sustain inclusive learning communities.
How has the school learned to positively address socioeconomic and class differences? Please describe.
How does the school address the unique needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and those students questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity? What useful processes have been found for preventing and addressing conflict in the school in relation to these experiences?