Bias and discrimination in the classroom
Rate My Professors does not condone bias of any kind. Your schools and organizations are best equipped and able to address issues of discrimination and bias within their organizations. If you’ve been the victim of, or have witnessed, bias based on race, gender, sexual orientation or other at school – first, reach out to your school’s Bias Response Team (may be known as BRT, BART, BERT or BIRT) if they have one. Also, please feel free to reference this blog post for a growing list of helpful resources.
- Campus Pride – https://www.campuspride.org/resources/
- Campus Safety and Security – https://ope.ed.gov/campussafety
- Center for Changing Our Campus Culture – https://changingourcampus.org
- Resources for Students with Disabilities – https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/students-with-disabilities/
- More Resources for Students with Disabilities – https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/resources-for-students-with-disabilities/
- Victim Connect – https://victimconnect.org/
- Black Community Support at USC – https://usg.usc.edu/black-community-support/
- Resources for Students with Anxiety and Depression – https://adaa.org/living-with-anxiety/college-students/resources
- Resources for LGBTQ+ Students – https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/career-resource-center/resources-for-lgbtq-college-students/
- NEA EdJustice aims to engage and mobilize activists in the fight for racial, social and economic justice in public education – https://neaedjustice.org/
- LGBTQ College Guide -- https://study.com/resources/LGBTQ-college-student-guide
- LGBTQ Scholarships -- https://study.com/resources/LGBTQ-scholarships-for-college-students
Did we miss anything? If you have other suggestions for helpful student resources we can add – please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.