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Equity and Access

Deepen Mirman’s institutional identity by actively developing and expanding all policies, procedures, programs, and marketing initiatives specifically designed to make Mirman School more accessible to qualified students, faculty, staff, and families in service to our mission.

  1. Recruit and retain a diverse population of educators, administrators, staff, students, and trustees, which includes increasing Latinx, Black/African American, and female representation and enhancing SES diversity.
  2. Develop a broad and sophisticated training program for all stakeholders that defines and illuminates the intersectionality of highly giftedness, cultural competency, and social-emotional learning.
  3. Establish Mirman School as an educational leader by promoting the value of our DEIJ initiatives both within the community and to a wider audience.

Program & Curriculum

  1. Develop and implement initiatives to increase student retention in the Upper School.
  2. Develop and implement initiatives to support and value the many dimensions of Mirman School’s gifted learners.

Faculty & Staff

  1. Formalize hiring practices with a focus on teacher excellence, core values, institutional enhancement, alignment with our mission, and cultural competency. This also includes formalizing job expectations and onboarding initiatives for all positions.
  2. Formalize Mirman’s pedagogical approach to highly gifted education and develop initiatives to support institutional alignment with our curricular, SEL and DEIJ goals.
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Non-discrimination Policy

Mirman School is committed to building and sustaining a community
that is free from discrimination of any kind. Mirman School does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender
expression, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in its admission
process or in the administration of any school program or policy.
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