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Outschool’s commitment to DEIB

At Outschool, we commit to standing for all learners by fostering a diverse and multicultural community, where differences are honored, welcomed, and accepted.

We stand for learners. We are all learners.

At Outschool, we commit to standing for all learners by fostering a diverse and multicultural community, where differences are honored, welcomed, and accepted. With education as the catalyst and technology as the tool, we are uniquely positioned to connect learners to experiences that broaden their understanding of themselves and the world around them through our collective love for learning.  

At Outschool, we strive to be OUTstanding by fostering an online community, elevating unique voices, and transforming the way we work and learn.

At Outschool, we are all learners. We are curious and continuously interrogate the inequities created by systemic oppression on education and learning. We have the opportunity to evolve education by creating a marketplace that reflects and respects the lived experiences of historically ignored communities. 

This work is never done. To ensure equity across multiple lines of difference and experiences, we maintain a bias toward transformative action. 

Here’s what action looks like for Outschool.

Diversity

We intentionally include fair representation of different social identities–including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, social class, physical ability or attributes, and learning needs.

Equity

We implement processes to ensure inclusion and procedures to eliminate barriers or imbalances that keep community members from having equal opportunities.

Inclusion

Outschool cultivates an environment where all individuals feel welcomed, supported, and valued.

Belonging

We create a sense of connection through meaningful experiences by connecting people, ideas, and resources.

Take a look at how we live out this commitment in action:

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