Inclusive / Inclusivity

Activities, curricula, language, and other educational practices ensure every student’s entitlement to, access to, and participation in learning are anticipated, acknowledged, and considered. That includes students regardless of race/ethnicity, ability, socio-economic status, religion, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, or size. 

“Making inclusive discourses means that we are inclusive; being inclusive means accepting and understanding. Accept the person as they are, not as you think they are or as you think they should be. You just accept. When you accept, you understand. Because you don’t see a trans person, you don’t see a non-binary person, you don’t see a gay person, but you see another human being; you see that we really are all the same.