The City of Atlanta is launching a new language guide and as part of an ongoing effort to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
Corporate DEI positions soared after the murder of George Floyd in 2020. Now, due to economic pressure and political pressure from the right, they face an uncertain future.
With the Supreme Court having ruled against affirmative action policies in higher education, some legal experts worry about the future of workplace diversity, equity and inclusion programs.
The Georgia Professional Standards Commission voted to remove some language related to diversity, equity, and inclusion from its teacher training curriculum on Thursday.
The members of the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, which oversees educator training rules, have been getting a lot of emails ahead of the Thursday meeting in which they voted unanimously to remove references to diversity from Georgia’s teacher standards.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Lawyers for the former chair of the Coffee County GOP filed a motion claiming the Fulton County investigation violated her rights. Plus, Atlanta Democrats want the DOJ to investigate the death of Manuel Teran.
Friday on Political Rewind: Mirroring conservative leadership nationwide, Lt. Gov. Burt Jones is calling for an audit of University System spending on diversity, equity and inclusion programs. Plus, Brad Raffensperger tells reporters disinformation is the greatest threat to democracy.
According to league data, the percentage of people of color in coaching positions increased from 35% in 2020 to 39% in 2021.