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Welcome to everything about diversity education as it pertains to K-12 curriculum, inclusion and school safety!

This site includes:
  • a brief explanation of The FAIR Eduction Act
  • some statistics regarding LGBT students and students with disabilities
  • definitions of terminology regarding revised language
  • discussion forum for sharing thoughts and questions
  • useful links to site references and other resources
  • About us: Overview of the project behind this site
  • Information on an Action Research Project collaboration between Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo) - School of Education and the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education
The main focus of this site is to provide a one-stop resource for inclusive education projects related to the FAIR Education Act, Seth's Law and the School Success and Opportunity Act at all levels of K-12 public education.  We have included lessons, activities, and other general tips for incorporating inclusive and supportive and practices into your classrooms.  Please feel free to make additions to our resources as you find them!

Thank you and enjoy!

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Discussion Forum

  • CAB became CCC4IS The Community Advisory Board that was informing this project decided to form into a coalition. More information about the Central Coast Coalition for Inclusive Schools (CCC4IS) can be found at their website: http://www.centralcoastinclusiveschools.org/This work started because the community cared about these issues and a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens got organized to create structures to support change in their community. We hope this information might help you do the same in yours. 
    Posted Nov 13, 2016, 6:32 AM by Liz Meyer
  • 4th CAB meeting summary - April 30, 2014 We had a fun and productive meeting last night. For those who missed it, here are the items we discussed. We hope you will be able to join us for the May 8th ADL event at Cal Poly or the June 9th book launch at the SLOCCF. See details below:Agenda 1)   Welcome & Introductions 2)   Review of minutes from last meeting – attach to agenda 3)   Research & action updates  a)    AERA posterb)   Policy analysis update c)    Superintendent’s Council presentationd)   Upcoming professional development sessions (May 1: LMUSD, May 6: N. County, May 13: SLO)e)    GSA Outreach f)     Next steps: youth interviews, professional learning community for teachers 4)   Logo discussion 5)   Establishing steering committee: CCC4IS a)    meet May, early ...
    Posted May 1, 2014, 2:45 PM by Liz Meyer
  • Central Coast Coalition for Inclusive Schools - CCC4IS We have a new name! Based on the ideas shared on the GoogleDoc and the results of the voting on Doodle, we have a winner! We are now going to move forward with working with graphic design students at Cal Poly to get a logo designed so we can start making brochures and websites to disseminate the information about these laws and the work of this group. Stay tuned...
    Posted Feb 13, 2014, 12:32 PM by Liz Meyer
  • 3rd CAB meeting summary - January 9, 2014 We had a great turnout at this meeting and covered some important business. Our partners from the GSA-Network and ACLU-Southern California complimented our group on how well we functioned! Main topics covered in this meeting included:Research updates from Dr. MeyerPreliminary report on Policy analysis - Bryan PrideWorking Group updatesEducation & AwarenessYouth LeadershipResources & trainingsGroup Identity - brainstorming names for our coalitionNext meeting: May 1Upcoming events:Teen Monologues, April 24th  7pm - CAPSLONo Place for Hate (ADL) school-based project, Thursday May 8th 5pm @ Cal Poly"Supporting Transgender and Gender Creative Youth: Schools, Families, and Communities in Action" Book Launch event: June 9, 2014 - details to come
    Posted Feb 13, 2014, 12:30 PM by Liz Meyer
  • CAB Working Groups and Facebook Update During the 2nd CAB meeting on Thursday, September 11th 2013, the group had discussed creating working groups that focus on a variety of areas that relate to the research at hand. After a notecard brainstorming activity where members had to write down three things they would like to see happen through the group and looking over the results, we have created five working groups:Education and AwarenessYouth LeadershipResources and Trainings (for Educators)Policy and AssessmentCyber ResourcesThese groups will begin to meet sometime this month to decide what the plan of action will be and what they're goals as a working group are. We have also created a Facebook group for all of the CAB members ...
    Posted Oct 4, 2013, 1:44 PM by Sheighlin MacAskill
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