Human Rights Complaints

As the WRDSB engages in the ongoing work of being an equitable and inclusive institution, including the promotion of human[…]

Human Rights

Students, staff, Trustees, parents/caregivers and other Board community members have the right to inclusive and respectful learning and working environments[…]

Staff, Student and Community Groups

The work of equity cannot be done in isolation. This work depends on collaboration with others so that multiple and[…]

Policies, Initiatives, and Celebrations

The WRDSB aims to create an anti-oppressive, inclusive, and respectful culture where everyone feels valued and welcomed. To do this,[…]

Culturally Responsive and Relevant Pedagogy

The WRDSB is a diverse and dynamic community, and the region is home to people from all over the world,[…]

Equity and Inclusion

About the Equity & Inclusion Team The Equity & Inclusion Team strives to increase educational equity by working alongside staff[…]

Territorial Acknowledgement

A Territorial Acknowledgement is a statement that recognizes the unique and continuing relationship between Indigenous Peoples and their Traditional Territories/Ancestral[…]

Community Connections

Indigenous Education Advisory Council Through the Ontario First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Education Policy Framework Implementation Plan, the Ministry indicated[…]

Policies, Administrative Procedures and Guidelines

First Nation, Métis and Inuit Student Self-Identification Policy In May 2011, the Waterloo Region District School Board passed the Voluntary[…]

Resources That Inform Our Work

Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action Specific to Education To learn more about education for reconciliation and the Truth[…]

1 2 3