• IGAB: Human Relations Education


    This Board fosters good human relations dealing with race, color, national origin, citizenship status, religion, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, age, or disability, through its instructional programs, student activities, and the classroom environment.

    The Board encourages and supports the following approaches to human relations education:

    • All curriculum presents the accomplishments and contributions of the races and cultures of our world.
    • The District provides peer mediation programs and antibullying activities to all schools.
    • The District provides a social-emotional curriculum to all schools.
    • Staff members refresh their awareness that the public schools are among the primary instruments for furthering, upgrading, and strengthening human relations through in-service training.
    • Schools work to integrate ideas, people, and material resources to provide the best education to meet the demands of our society.
    • Schools strive to develop a positive self-image in each student’s thinking. They:
      • Recognize the dignity and worth of the individual
      • Provide students with the opportunity to acquire as broad an education as the student’s capacity permits
      • Stimulate the development of respect for the laws of this country
      • Provide ongoing culturally relevant instruction techniques training to all teachers
    • The District develops and implements multilingual programs, with specific attention to the needs of English learners.


    • Adopted: June 28, 2001
    • Amended: March 29, 2022

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