Equity

We stand with our communities.

Ingenium is and always has been committed to equity for our learners and we are proud of our values and signature practices as we believe they reflect culturally responsive practices. However, we can do better. Our board of trustees has recently assembled a committee to study our current practices for alignment and to develop a policy to provide better clarity to our families and our staff about what equitable, culturally responsive teaching and learning looks like at Ingenium. We are excited about this work and look forward to sharing more as our journey progresses.

"Martin Luther King Jr once said, 'There comes a time when silence is betrayal' and Ingenium will not betray the communities that we serve by being silent during this time. We stand with our communities in stating that we want an end to Police Brutality and we believe that Black Lives Matter.”
Superintendent, Jake Rodgers
Jake Rodgers
Ingenium Schools Superintendent

In California:

  • All children ages 6 to 18 years must be enrolled in school.
  • All students and staff have the right to attend safe, secure, and peaceful schools.
  • All students have a right to be in a public-school learning environment free from discrimination, harassment, bullying, violence, and intimidation.
  • All students have equal opportunity to participate in any program or activity offered by the school, and cannot be discriminated against based on their race, nationality, gender, religion, or immigration status, among other characteristics.
Children working on a project

More information

Contact your school campus or an enrollment counselor at 888.660.6736 extension 6000.