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103. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM PRACTICES
Date Adopted: April 27, 1981
Date Revised: March 9, 1987
Date Revised: December 17, 1990
Date Revised: June 27, 1994
Date Revised: October 21, 1996
3.1.2 Develop an ongoing program of in-service education for school personnel designed to identify and solve problems of racial, sexual, sexual orientation, religious, national or cultural bias in all aspects of the school program.
3.1.3 Review current and proposed programs, activities and practices to ensure that all students have equal access thereto and are not segregated on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, or national origin in any duty, work, play, classroom or school practice except as may be permitted under State regulations.
3.1.4 Ensure that like aspects of the school program receive like support as to staff size and compensation, purchase and maintenance of facilities and equipment, access to such facilities and equipment and related matters.
3.1.5 Ensure that tests, procedures or guidance and counseling materials which are designed to evaluate student progress or rate aptitudes or analyze personality or in any manner establish or tend to establish a category by which a student may be judged are not differentiated or stereotyped on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, or national origin.
4.1.2 Any employee or student who violates the policy against student harassment commits misconduct for which appropriate discipline may be imposed, up to and including termination for employees and expulsion for students.
4.1.3 Any student who believes he/she has been subjected to unlawful discrimination or harassment or that he/she is subject to a racially or sexually hostile environment should make a complaint to his/her principal or Cluster Leader. Students are encouraged to contact the General Counsel's office for information on making complaints under this policy.