The purpose of this collaborative project is to develop common units of study to be included in the curriculum across all of our schools that will focus on how race, class and inequities have shaped our region from 1964 to today.
From the Superintendents of the Monroe County Council of School Superintendents (MCCOSS):
"We stand united in our support of equity and inclusion and we claim schools as a place of love and acceptance for all. Our school communities have the power to turn pain and prejudice into healing and understanding. Let this moment in history be defined as a tipping point – a moment to truly come together. Our children deserve better and we will do better."