Lower Moreland Township School District is committed to complying fully with all Federal and state laws banning discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or religion with regard to instructional programs, extracurricular activities, and employment practices.
The district shall make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request.
As a district, we are focused on continually examining our hiring practices and structures to advance and promote equity, diversity, and inclusion and to create and maintain environments in which each staff member is healthy, safe, engaged, and supported.
District Participation in the Delaware Valley Consortium for Excellence and Equity (DVCEE)
The district is a proud member of the DVCEE, an organization sponsored by the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. The DVCEE includes over 30 school districts in the Greater Philadelphia region that come together each month for professional development in the following areas:
- Evidence-based professional learning from nationally-recognized scholars and practitioners.
- Innovative strategies for addressing district-school organizational and instructional issues, and student underachievement.
- Leadership learning opportunities for middle and high school students of color.
- Enhanced recruitment of administrators and teachers of color.
- Support in the development and implementation of equity-informed district strategic plans.
- Sharing of leadership and learning experiences.
- Regular, active collaboration with other consortium districts to examine policies and share promising practices.
The DVCEE also hosts promising practices forums, along with leadership institutes, all designed to increase knowledge, skills, and learning with respect to the increasingly diverse populations that are being served in Greater Philadelphia, New Jersey, Delaware, and New York schools.
Twice per year, the DVCEE also hosts student leadership forums, where students from both the middle school and high school levels have the opportunity to come together to discuss issues they see as emerging in their schools.The district also posts job opportunities on DVCEE's website which is available here.