To address the many complex and deep-rooted factors causing educational inequity, our Alumni are committed to a lifetime of action for change. Regardless of the careers they take, Alumni continue to work collectively with each other, with agency and efficacy, to strive for improved outcomes for all children. There are six actions that our Alumni take towards educational equity; our Alumni continue to:
Our Alumni lead schools serving educationally disadvantaged community, working professionally as school leaders or leading in other capacities such as volunteering on the school council or guiding school leadership teams as consultants and coaches.
Our Alumni influence education policy in formal and informal capacities, from researching and creating education policies that alleviate barriers for students experiencing educational disadvantage, to advocating and supporting policy makers to identify the challenges faced by students from such backgrounds.
Our Alumni work directly with communities experiencing educational disadvantage on context-specific issues, in professional community-based roles or in other capacities such as volunteering for community-based initiatives, supporting the communities we work with to be agents of change.