Fulton Schools Diversity Difference workshop: AccessZone workshop for students and student leaders, October 8

The Fulton Schools Diversity Difference program offers workshops for students, faculty and staff aimed at showcasing our diverse community, raising awareness and supporting learning experiences as we work toward creating a more inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of the Fulton Schools community.

Join us for the next opportunity in the series for students and student leaders focused on creating a culture of inclusion for students with disabilities:

AccessZone for Students and Student Leaders
Friday, October 8, 2021
10 a.m.–noon
Register to attend

This workshop, presented by ASU’s Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services (SAILS), will focus on increasing awareness of disability, equity, inclusion and universal design in support of students. As we build a culture of inclusion for students with disabilities, the university as a whole benefits. By participating in this training and dialogue, we can learn to become the culture expressed in the ASU Charter: “measured not by whom it excludes, but by whom it includes and how they succeed.”

Please contact Christina Hernandez at [email protected] or Kae Sawyer at [email protected] from the Fulton Schools Academic and Student Affairs to learn more about this series or for workshop recommendations.