Educational Organizations

Educational Organizations

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Educational Organizations

CRS provides support to public and private secondary schools, colleges, and universities who are experiencing tension or conflicts based on actual or perceived race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, or disability. Some ways CRS assists educational organizations are:

  • Facilitating programs that help students, parents, teachers, and administrators identify the underlying issues of school conflicts; develop problem-solving and decision-making skills; and increase trust, understanding, and collaboration within the school community
  • Helping faculty, administrators, and students develop mechanisms for preventing and responding to hate or bias-motivated crimes, incidents, and tensions, including the development of action plans and school-based working groups
  • Bringing together administrators, staff, educators, and students to discuss perceived tensions, alleged incidents of bullying, and alleged hate crimes in schools, colleges, universities, and other educational institutions

Below are some recent examples of CRS's work with educational organizations. Additional case summaries may be found within CRS’s Annual Reports, located on the CRS Resource Center webpage.


Case Highlights

Resources for You


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Informational Videos

Hashtag Hate
Hashtag Hate | CRS Responds to Noose Incident at Denfeld High School

November 29, 2016

   

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Facilitator Guides

These guides provide community leaders and local planning groups with step-by-step instructions for planning and implementing the Bias Incidents and Hate Crimes Forum, Protecting Places of Worship Forum, and the Dialogue on Race Program.

Bias Incidents and Hate Crimes Forum Facilitator Guide for Community Leaders  (PDF)

Protecting Places of Worship Forum Facilitator Guide for Community Leaders  (PDF)

Dialogue on Race Program Guide (PDF)


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