Application for NCSD Membership
To apply for membership to the National Coalition on School Diversity, complete and submit this form. Your request will be circulated to the NCSD steering committee for discussion and consideration. If you have not heard back from us within one month, please email
to follow up.
NCSD MEMBERS’ STATEMENT (2012)
The National Coalition on School Diversity (NCSD) engages in research, public education, and advocacy to help expand support for government policies that promote school diversity and reduce racial isolation. Organizational membership in the NCSD is free and open to national, regional, and local organizations that are working to support racial and economic integration in public schools. Member groups will be listed on the NCSD website, and will be asked to help publicize NCSD publications and events, and to support NCSD advocacy efforts, as appropriate, at the U.S. Department of Education, in state governments, and in Congress. NCSD policy decisions are made by an established steering committee of national civil rights organizations and several academic advisers.
As stated above, NCSD does not currently request dues from member organizations. The only substantial financial request we make of NCSD members is that they make a contribution, consistent with their organization's size and capacity, to the bi-annual NCSD conference. Learn about past conferences at
Name of organization
Organization's website (if applicable)
Brief description of organization's mission
Who'd be the primary NCSD contact at your organization?
Job title of primary contact
Email address of primary contact
Phone number of primary contact
Current initiatives related to school integration (if applicable) or areas of interest
Anything you'd like us to know?
To find out more about becoming an NCSD member organization, feel free to contact us:
The National Coalition on School Diversity
The Poverty & Race Research Action Council
THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING NCSD MEMBERSHIP!!
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