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equity in school

Equity in Schools: Working Towards Restorative Justice

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Enrolled students must take and pass the short quiz in order to earn CE credits. In addition, this course needs to be self-reported. Self-reporting information will be accessible once you complete the quiz.

By tailoring healthy design and operation strategies, we can work towards restorative justice on a community scale. Case studies will be shared from New Orleans, Los Angeles and Boston. 

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the community health burden before a child enters their school building.
  • Understand strategies for a justice-oriented approach to school environmental quality.
  • Consider biases affecting building design, maintenance, and operations.
  • Inspire to move people to action at the building and community-level.

3 thoughts on “Equity in Schools: Working Towards Restorative Justice”

    1. Hello Minal,
      No you do not need to be an AIA member. I have just updated the registration form so that information is not required.

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