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Trainings helping staff recognize, incorporate cultural differences into H-F High

A teacher in the hall sees a swastika hung from the inside of a student’s locker. How should that teacher respond?

Teachers, administrators and staff at Homewood-Flossmoor High School have been discussing that and other scenarios in training sessions led by a team from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) as part of District 233’s approach to cultural competency training, an outgrowth of its 2019-2024 strategic planning process. 

Lara Trubowitz, education director for ADL Midwest, said the sessions are designed “to equip educators with the competence and the skills to respond . . .

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