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          Equity and Inclusion

          Equity and inclusion are at the very center of all that we do here at Maret. Over the years, our work has expanded in both breadth and depth as we constantly re-evaluate what it means to be conscientious equity practitioners. We believe that, while imperfect and sometimes stumbling, we must remain on the path toward building a stronger community and, ultimately, a better world. See below for more details on our ongoing initiatives promoting dialogue and self-reflection, which are essential to a healthy campus.

          Combatting Racism

          Over the past decade, Maret has put in place many programs that further the work of opposing systemic racism. One example is the seminar Deepening Discussions About Race, which every employee has attended. This and Maret's other programs are outlined on this page. However, our efforts still fall short of where we want to be, and there is much more to do.

          Committee on Equity and Inclusion

          Messages to Our Community


          Student Programs

          Deepening the Discussion About Race

          Beyond the Classroom

          Mixed Forum

          Co-sponsored by Diversity at Maret students and the Maret Parents Association Diversity Committee, the Mixed Forum generates discussion about compelling topics among Upper School students, parents, and faculty from all division.

          Lower School Culture Club

          Each session of the Culture Club is taught by Maret parent volunteers who represent a variety of cultures and who share their personal stories and traditions. Students enjoy food, games, music, dance, crafts, and other activities to celebrate each culture.

          Community Snapshot

          • 38% of the faculty self-identify as people of color
          • 24% of enrolled families receive financial aid
          • Maret families hail from 50 different nations
          • 62% of our students reside in DC, 30% in Maryland, and 8% in Virginia
          • 48% of our students self-identify as people of color

          Upper School Day of Dialogue

          Maret’s annual Upper School Day of Dialogue is an opportunity for
          students and faculty to engage as a community around issues of
          identity and equity through presentations and workshops. These
          conversations are central to our Mission and critical for students’
          personal growth.

          More About Maret

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