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Training Action Plan

The project is developing a set of reports, products, and resources designed to serve as a foundation and establish a standard for CLC and diversity curricula, training, faculty and staff development, and community engagement across all core functions.


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Environmental Scan

The Project is conducting an environmental scan consisting of several components: (1) creating criteria based on accepted definitions of cultural and linguistic competence (CLC) to vet and identify gaps in extant curricula and training resources used by UCEDDs; (2) conducting a scoping review of the literature; (3) conducting a vetting process of the extant CLC curricula and training resources used by UCEDDs focused on such topics as diversity, inclusion, disparities, disproportionality, and academic-community partnerships; and (4) conducting structured interviews of all UCEDD Directors to ascertain a baseline of current understanding, commitment, and concerns about integrating diversity and CLC into their programs.

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Vetted Resources

The Project identified and reviewed the following resources using the vetting criteria developed by the team:

  • Curricula and training materials in the AUCD Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit.
  • Resources gathered through a request to all UCEDDs to share up to five CLC curricula and training materials used by their programs.

Resources presented here were deemed to meet key vetting criteria.

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Final Reports & Documents

The Project is creating a set of final reports and resources that include:

  • A report on findings from a scoping review of the literature
  • Final environmental scan report
  • A set of national recommendations for the UCEDD network that will serve as a foundation and establish a standard for curricula, training, faculty and staff development, and community engagement across all core functions related to CLC.
  • A matrix to apply proven organizational and behavioral change strategies to the work of increasing diversity and advancing and sustaining CLC.

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