Las Cruces Public Schools launched a survey Wednesday to assess how well the district provides support and opportunities for all students and staff, or where improvements can be made.
The Equity and Inclusion Diagnostic Survey is anonymous and will be distributed to all LCPS families, staff and students in grades six through 12. Dr. Roberto Lozano, the district’s Associate Superintendent for Equity, Innovation and Social Justice, says the survey will provide a foundation for the Equity Council in the upcoming school year. Data from the survey will be collected through April 30.
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