Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Landmark School recognizes the need to evaluate and strengthen its diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. This process is critical to creating an environment where all students are enabled and empowered to realize their educational and social potential. This means creating and maintaining a culture where the entire Landmark community embraces each individual’s race, religion, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, and disability, as well as acknowledges and works to dismantle systemic racism, prejudice, and discrimination. Learn more.
Statement from Bob Broudo
As Landmark continues to grow and evolve as an institution, it is critical that we constantly assess our strengths and challenges in all areas, including academic, social-emotional, cultural, health and safety, human capital, facilities, financial, and more. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) represents one such area critical for assessment both in the broader world and here at Landmark. To this end, Landmark’s DEI Committee has been working on both campuses and for our school as a whole to evaluate and strengthen our diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts and programs. Read more.