This continuous improvement resource helps us get better at partnering with people most impacted by inequities to
- value and publicly acknowledge a diverse array of perspectives;
- engage in authentic and collaborative experiences and;
- recognize and prioritize communities’ and cultures’ solutions and ideas, which may have previously been ignored.
Although the tool appears linear, inclusive partnerships are flexible within a specific process stage and at different points in time. For example, a parent group that represents our least-served students could collaborate on decision-making at one stage and then be informed or consulted during the implementation of the subsequent plan.