Preventing and Responding to Bias and Hate Incidents in K-12 Educational Settings: A Toolkit for School Communities and Leaders
The U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service (CRS) provides services to communities to respond to community tension and allegations of bias and hate incidents.
This CRS toolkit contains best practices, strategies, and resources for supporting safe and inclusive K-12 educational environments, free of harassment and discrimination. The toolkit also includes links to information about CRS services that can help communities hold dialogues to enable divided communities to address differences and move toward solutions, by focusing on the common good through the respectful sharing of perspectives.
Download the PDF toolkit by clicking the button in the sidebar or check out the web version on the CRS page.