Since February is Black History Month (BHM), this is the perfect opportunity to start celebrating Black history! Here are several influential Black figures and institutions promoting Black health and wellness that you can teach to your class!
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Pride Month is a great time to teach your students about the LGBTQ+ community and their long-standing struggle for social justice.
Educate your class about important terms, definitions, the Pride Movement, and LGBTQ+ stories!
Juneteenth is celebrated annually on June 19th, which is where it gets its name from. This historic holiday has been around for more than a century but American textbooks often omit or dismiss it.
Start learning about Juneteenth and its cultural significance so you can celebrate it in your classroom this year!
As a team working to help create exceptional classroom experiences across California, Scoot believes that having equitable representation and opportunities within our workforce is critical to successfully fulfilling our mission.
Diversity and inclusion have always been at the forefront of our minds. We’ve valued diversity and built our culture on it.
Here is what we’re doing to become an even more diverse and equitable company.
Hey, diverse educators and admin! We’re looking for you!
We’re teaming up with local independent schools to offer an awesome hiring event aimed at bridging the gap between diverse educators, and private & independent schools.
In support of the Black Lives Matter movement, we created a webinar “Moving Towards An Anti-Racist Teaching Practice For Non-Black Educators” to better educate ourselves and our non-Black educators.
Part of being a non-Black ally of the movement is acknowledging personal privileges and that we cannot fully understand the lived realities of our Black community.
However, we should actively educate ourselves on the systemic racism Black people have faced and continue to face in this country.
An internal email sent to Scoot staff from our CEO, James Sanders, the week protests and marches began. As a team, we decided to publish it because we feel it’s reflective of our culture and leadership.