2019 Vermont Vision for a Multicultural Future Conference Registration Now Open

Vermont Partnership for Fairness and Diversity and the World Learning School for International Training Graduate Institute are proud to announce the opening of participant registrations for the 8th Annual Vermont Vision for a Multicultural Future Conference, which will take place on Thursday, November 7, 2019, and Friday, November 8, 2019, in the in the Stephen and Nita … More 2019 Vermont Vision for a Multicultural Future Conference Registration Now Open

Governor Phil Scott Appoints Xusana Davis as Vermont’s First Racial Equity Executive Director

Governor Phil Scott Appoints Xusana Davis as Vermont’s First Racial Equity Executive Director Montpelier, VT, 21 June 2019– Governor Phil Scott today announced the appointment of Xusana Davis as the state’s first executive director of racial equity. Davis will work with state government agencies and departments to identify and address systemic racial disparities and support … More Governor Phil Scott Appoints Xusana Davis as Vermont’s First Racial Equity Executive Director

Vermont State Police 2018 Traffic Stop Statistics Show Continued Progress in Addressing Racial Disparities, Improving Data Quality

Vermont State Police 2018 Traffic Stop Statistics Show Continued Progress in Addressing Racial Disparities, Improving Data Quality (PDF file of the data spreadsheet following) SOUTH ROYALTON – Traffic-stop data from 2018 released today by the Vermont State Police show the agency is continuing to make progress in addressing racial disparities in discretionary traffic stops and … More Vermont State Police 2018 Traffic Stop Statistics Show Continued Progress in Addressing Racial Disparities, Improving Data Quality

Public Briefing: Disparities in Disciplinary Practices in Vermont Public Schools, Vermont State House, May 20, 2019

Disparities in Disciplinary Practices in Vermont Public Schools 05-14-Vermont-Disparities-School-Discipline-Flyer The Vermont Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights is hosting a public briefing to hear testimony regarding disparities in school disciplinary practices in the state. This is the third in a three-part series on this topic. In March, the Committee held community … More Public Briefing: Disparities in Disciplinary Practices in Vermont Public Schools, Vermont State House, May 20, 2019

Teachers Sought

The Brattleboro Town School District is searching for educators who feel called to make the world a better place through creating dynamic learning environments where students become productive citizens, workers, and entrepreneurs. Our town government, business community, and civil society recognize that our future workforce must be culturally competent and inclusive-minded in order to be … More Teachers Sought