Christian Independent School                              Diversity and Belonging Assessment
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As One defines diversity and inclusion based upon the G.R.A.A.C.E. acronym, first coined by Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano, TX. This conception refers to the differences of gender (defined as male and female), race, ability, age, culture, and economic background.
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What is your email address? *
What is the name of your school? *
What is your position? *
What diversity outcomes are you currently interested in? Check all that apply. *
What caused you to become interested in the diversity outcomes you selected? *
Based upon what you know about your school community, if you commit to more active pursuit of diversity and inclusion, what negative consequences may occur? Check all that apply. *
On a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being extremely uncomfortable, 5 being neutral--neither comfortable nor uncomfortable, and 10 being extremely comfortable, how comfortable are you speaking publicly to your school leaders, faculty, staff, and students about diversity and inclusion? *
Extremely uncomfortable
Extremely comfortable
Has your school ever hired a diversity & inclusion consultant or brought someone on campus to speak specifically about diversity and inclusion? *
If you answered yes, what aspect/s of diversity and inclusion did that person focus on?
During the past two school years, did your school have any devotionals, chapel talks, or keynote speeches concerning diversity and inclusion? *
During the past two school years, has your school had any professional development training for faculty regarding diversity & inclusion? *
Does your school have someone on staff assigned to oversee your school's diversity & inclusion work? *
Have you personally read any books or articles on diversity and/or inclusion related issues within the past year? *
If you answered yes, what diversity and inclusion related books or articles did you read in the past year?
Are diversity & inclusion objectives a part of your school's most recent strategic plan? *
Does your school have a statement or section about diversity on your school's website? *
Did you or your school issue a public statement or letter via your website or social media account or some other communications vehicle in response to the George Floyd murder? *
What is your current percentage of non-white students? *
What is your current percentage of non-white faculty? *
What is your current percentage of non-white leaders (leaders includes division heads, principals, deans, and directors)? *
What is your school's current percentage of non-white Board members? *
Do you currently have any faculty diversity committees? *
Do you have any student affinity groups? An affinity group refers to a group of employees with similar backgrounds, interests, or demographic factors such as gender or ethnicity. Examples include a black student group, Latina/o student group, Asian student group, Women's student group, or disabled student group. *
Does your whole school celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day? *
If answering yes to the last question, how does your school celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day?
Has your school ever administered a survey measuring the inclusivity (whether people of diverse backgrounds feel like they belong) of the school's climate? *
If you answered yes, who sponsored/wrote the survey and when was it administered?
Does your school celebrate any of the following? Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Women's History Month? *
If you answered yes to the last question, which of the above month(s) does your school celebrate? Please also give an example of how your school celebrates the month.
Does your school have any written policies and/or procedures in place for preventing or correcting negative comments or behavior related to differences (including gender, race, physical ability, mental/cognitive ability,  age, culture or economic status, etc.)? *
If you answered yes to the question above, where are they found, and how have your stakeholders been made aware of them?
Does your school or (if a church oversees your school) the church that oversees your school publicly support any particular political candidates in city, state, or national elections? *
Does your school provide financial aid for students who can't afford full tuition? *
Does your school make any special efforts to admit non-white students (for example, offer more financial aid, weight diversity higher when considering who to admit or set a percentage of desired diversity for incoming student classes, etc.)? *
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