Decolonise IBDP Curriculum Survey
We are a group of IB alumni that aims to decolonize the IBDP curriculum to increase education about racism and intersectional global social issues. Currently, we are trying to identify aspects of the current curriculum that can be improved. We will use the answers you provide in this survey to help us do this.

Global social issues are defined as but not limited to: race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class, ability, age, religion, marginalized and disenfranchised groups

Note: you do not have to have already graduated to answer this survey!

For more information about the subject groupings: https://www.ibo.org/programmes/diploma-programme/curriculum/

If you have any questions, recommendations, etc please contact: Daniel Alvarenga (dea9fjx@virginia.edu)

All responses are anonymous!
Where did you attend IB schools for the Diploma Programme? *
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What is your race or ethnicity? *
What is your gender?
Clear selection
When did you take — or are you taking — your IB exams (e.g., May 2019)? *
My IBDP education was predominately Eurocentric. Defined as: centered on Europe or the Europeans, especially : reflecting a tendency to interpret the world in terms of European or Anglo-American values and experiences (Merriam - Webster)
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
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What course(s) did you take in the area of Language and Literature (e.g., IB Lit. and Lang.)?How do you think education could be improved on race and intersectional global social issues?
What course(s) did you take in the area of Individuals and Societies (e.g. History/Econ/Geo/Psych)? How do you think education could be improved on race and intersectional global social issues?
What course did you take in the area of Mathematics? How do you think education could be improved on race and intersectional global social issues?
What course(s) did you take in the Sciences (e.g. Biology/Physics/Chemistry etc)?How do you think education could be improved on race and intersectional global social issues?
What course(s) did you take in the area of Language Acquisition (e.g., IB Spanish/ other languages)?How do you think education could be improved on race and intersectional global social issues?
What course(s) did you take that fall under the arts (Visual Art/ Theatre/Music etc)? Do you feel that Western and non-Western art forms were equally represented in these courses? What do you think can be done to make these courses more inclusive?
In what ways do you feel that TOK can be changed to increase education on race and intersectional global social issues? If you didn't take TOK please leave this blank.
How was Creativity Activity and Service (CAS) done in your school? How could CAS be improved to address race and intersectional local & global social issues? If you have not done CAS, leave this question blank.
What do you think can be done to make the IB Diploma program OR the IB as a whole more inclusive overall?
If you would like to get involved with this group please leave your email AND timezone below.
Do you have a further comments, points that we haven't mentioned?
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR COMPLETING THIS SURVEY!
We would also like to say that by filling in this survey/signing the petition is by no means the end of the work that needs to be done. We do not wish to appropriate the Black Lives Matter movement or any other critical social cause and distract from urgent action that must be taken for such causes (donating, signing petitions, watching content that provides ad revenue, attending protests etc). If you have anything you would like to tell us directly please contact Organisation to Decolonise International Schools via Facebook or @decolonise_intl via Instagram

Global social issues are defined as but not limited to: race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class, religion, ability, age, marginalised and disenfranchised groups

For more information about the subject groupings: https://www.ibo.org/programmes/diploma-programme/curriculum/

If you have any questions, recommendations, etc please contact: Daniel Alvarenga
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