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Aim overview   faculty inservice
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Aim overview   faculty inservice
Aim overview   faculty inservice
Aim overview   faculty inservice
Aim overview   faculty inservice
Aim overview   faculty inservice
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  • 1. AIMAssessment ofInclusion andMulticulturalism<br />
  • 2. AIM is a comprehensive instrument designed to:<br />evaluate diversity, multiculturalism, equity and justice in independent schools.<br />assist in strategic planning initiatives to build and sustain inclusive learning communities.<br />
  • 3. Entire school community participates<br /><ul><li>Affirm progress towards diversity goals
  • 4. Move forward with strategic initiatives
  • 5. Facilitate meaningful and constructive dialogue using appreciative inquiry
  • 6. Support positive community-building process
  • 7. Provide benchmarking opportunities</li></li></ul><li>Potential Benefits<br /><ul><li>Gather information on school climate
  • 8. Discover what is most effective for advancing inclusiveness and multiculturalism
  • 9. Develop a common language</li></li></ul><li>Assessment components<br />
  • 10. Climate Survey<br /><ul><li>Involves all members of the school community
  • 11. Assesses how they experience the school
  • 12. Provides for confidentiality</li></li></ul><li>Self Assessment Process<br />
  • 13. Sample Questions<br />From Student Life Section<br /><ul><li>How has the school learned to positively address socioeconomic and class differences? Please describe.
  • 14. 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?</li></li></ul><li>Discovery Groups<br /><ul><li>Governance &amp; Leadership
  • 15. Policy &amp; Administration
  • 16. Admission &amp; Financial Aid
  • 17. Faculty/Teachers
  • 18. Student Life
  • 19. Parent/Guardian Involvement
  • 20. Alumni Involvement
  • 21. General School Statistics</li></li></ul><li>Steering Committee<br /><ul><li>Lucy Duncan
  • 22. Matt Eskin
  • 23. Frances Hoover
  • 24. Mary Beth McNeishFedirko
  • 25. Paul Saint- Amour
  • 26. Mitchell Young</li></li></ul><li>Proposed Timeline<br /><ul><li>February
  • 27. Preparation and Training for Discovery Groups Completed
  • 28. March/April
  • 29. Discovery Groups Convened
  • 30. Climate Surveys Completed
  • 31. Spring/Summer
  • 32. Data Analyzed
  • 33. Fall 2011
  • 34. Results Presented</li>

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