IDAC

What is IDAC?

Intercultural Diversity Advisory Council (IDAC) is composed of school site parents that participate at site and district level climate assessment/problem-solving meetings. The primary purpose of the Intercultural Diversity Advisory Council (IDAC), originally formed in 1988 as the Intercultural Advisory Council, is to assist in the formation and review of policies that assure non-discriminatory practices in all operational areas of the Clovis Unified School District. Its further mission is to assist in improving the cultural environment of the District.  These parent groups, which are at every school site, assist in the formation and review of twelve cultural competency focus areas.  Each school highlights via a website three focus areas each year.  Direct links are available below.  For additional information please contact your school site Principal.    

Superintendent's Student IDAC

Superintendents Student IDAC, meets quarterly with a group of students from each district area to share best practice/concerns and to offer support.  Students report on events and equity structures that are occurring at their school.  In addition they take knowledge and insight and report back to their Human Relations Council at their respective school.  The goal is to provide a space where students can share and learn from one another.    

Superintendent's Parent & Community IDAC

Superintendents Parent/Community IDAC- meets quarterly with a group of parent and community leaders from each school area to discuss district initiatives and work around Cultural Proficiency.  Parents can take back information to their respective areas and sites.  Also serves as a platform to report any concerns directly to the Superintendent.  

Aim I: Maximize Achievement for ALL Students

Curriculum, Instruction & Accountability
1. Focus Group Achievement
2. Multicultural Education - Articles & Resources >>
3. Educating student on Policy & Complaint Handling procedures

School Culture
4. Increase participation of underrepresented groups
5. Student human relations council
6. Acceptance & Understanding of All students - Articles & Resources >>

Parents and Community
7. Diverse Representation & Engagement - Articles & Resources >>

Aim II: Operate with Increasing Efficiency and Effectiveness

Human Resources & Policy
8. Hiring for diversity action plan - Articles & Resources >>
9. Policies Involving racial bullying & sexual harassment
10. Racial Bias Discrimination/ Complaint Handling Procedures

Aim III: Hire, Develop, Sustain and Value a High-Quality Diverse Workforce

Professional Development/ Learning
11. Staff training promoting Understanding of Cultural Differences
12. Educating staff about sexual harassment, gender equity, racial bullying & digital citizenship. Complaint handling procedure


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