Lawrence DICE (Diversity, Inclusion, Community, and Equity)
The Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity group at Amos Lawrence School (DICE@Lawrence) was founded in 2018 to support faculty, administrators, parents, and students in their efforts to create a more equitable, informed, and anti-racist/anti-biased K-8 learning community.
Through partnerships and collaborations at the school and district levels, DICE@Lawrence:
- Unites Lawrence School’s alliances, support groups, cultural organizations, and equity resources to promote collaboration and synergy across grades;
- Partners with classroom teachers and specialists to incorporate new curricula and integrate community initiatives that reflect and respect the diversity and needs of our student body;
- Engages all stakeholders (parents, teachers, administrators, and students) in open and respectful discussion about priorities, concerns, successes, and failures;
- Facilitates connection across social, racial, cultural, and economic divides via community-wide activities, meet-ups, lifelong learning efforts, and family partnerships/mentorships;
- Financially supports anti-bias and anti-racism education for all Lawrence School stakeholders by fundraising, grant writing, and collaborating with the PTO.
Visit the DICE@Lawrence website to read the latest DICE news and meeting minutes, find more information about DICE, see the DICE meeting schedule, learn about related events around Brookline, sign up for the DICE email list, and make suggestions for DICE initiatives and Community Dialogue topics.