Perry wants advisory committee to address equity in schools

Superintendent Christy Perry urged the Salem-Keizer School Board on Tuesday, Dec. 17 to think about the possibilities rather than immediately forming an advisory committee on equity matters.

The occasion was a board work session for counteracting the problems that have kept minority students as a whole from equaling the achievements of students who are white, native English-speaking, straight, identifying with birth genders and without disabilities.

Perry and other administrators showed slides . . .

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