How is Hate Speech Handled in Your School?
The Portland Association of Teachers Social Justice Committee has heard about several incidents of hate speech in our schools, and has heard concern that these incidents are not always taken seriously and addressed appropriately by administration. We are trying to better understand the scope of the problem, and how these incidents are being addressed in our schools.
The purpose of this survey is solely to compile information in order to understand the scope of the problem. If you have a situation that you feel is unsafe, or if you otherwise seek support, please contact your Building Rep or the PAT office.
We may share the results with the district in order to strengthen protocols for responding to hate speech. If/when we do share information with the district, we will not share names or identifying information about individual teachers unless we have been given permission from the individual to do so.
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Please consider the American Bar Association's definition of "Hate Speech" as you answer the questions that follow:
-speech that offends, threatens, or insults groups, based on race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or other traits
-for the purpose of this survey, this can include spoken or written words, pictures, or gestures.
Are you aware of any incidents of hate speech at your school this school year?
Yes, I have first-hand knowledge of an incident
Yes, I heard about an incident
Please describe the incident
How was the incident handled at your school, including the response from administration?
Do you feel like this incident was handled in a way that restored a feeling of safety to the students and/or adults impacted?
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