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Designing Impactful Learning for All

Working alongside Montclair High students, MPS teachers and district leaders, MFEE has embarked on a 2-year process to build more equitable learning environments for our students.

In 2021 Montclair Public Schools joined the National Equity Project’s Building Equitable Learning Environments (BELE) Network, a cohort of 16 districts from across the U.S., committed to the overall goal of “centering the wellbeing of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) youth and communities in our education system.”

The National Equity Project’s BELE District Network is an intensive two-year program for districts “committed to dream, disrupt, and co-design more equitable, healing-centered, and joyful purposes of school and approaches to teaching and learning in partnership with BIPOC students.”


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