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Diversity At RVC

At RVC, students are given the tools to follow their natural curiosity and explore their interests. RVC’s approach fosters both independence and collaboration, nurtures social and emotional development while encouraging academic achievement.

Parent Ed Night: Children and Gender

Thursday, Sept. 19, 6-8pm at RVCJueves Sept 19 6-8pm en RVC102 Marinda Drive Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP as soon as possible. Habrá cuidado de niños. Por favor confirme su asistencialo antes posible Join us for an evening of education with Alison Park, a nationally recognized speaker on children, gender and diversity. Learn about reframing multiculturalism as an inclusive process for the benefit of students, staff and families. Alison Park is the founder of Blink Consulting and has facilitated numerous conferences and partnered with numerous organizations. Prior, she taught for 13 years and earned her B.A. in African Studies at…

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What is Diversity?

By the RVC Diversity Committee When we talk about “diversity” in our school, we’re discussing the degree to which the school community reflects the range of different kinds of people in the wider world. In the United States, because of our history, diversity is often primarily thought of as racial diversity, but race is just one dimension of diversity. People also differ from one another in many other dimensions, including gender and gender identity, languages spoken, class, culture, cognitive style, education, income, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, and more.  Research has shown that these kinds of differences can make it harder…

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