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A.03 Nondiscrimination - May 2006 Revision

Note: This policy was reviewed and revised in December 2010. We provide this revision for historic purposes only. Please refer to the current policy.

The Albuquerque Public Schools affirms its commitment to the rights of students, parents and employees, as set forth in Federal and State statutes, for nondiscriminatory treatment in relation to disability, race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or ancestry, religion, age, veteran status and/or any other protected status as defined by law, in all its programs and activities. Nondiscrimination includes freedom from harassment and retaliation based on disability, race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, religion, age, veteran status and/or any other protected status as defined by law.

This policy is implemented by the administration through processes delineated in the procedural directives cross-referenced below:

NSBA/NEPN Classification: AC

Approved: October 23, 1991
Reviewed: October 21, 1992
Approved: November 4, 1992
Revised: February 20, 1996
Revised: May 22, 2000
Revised: April 2001
Revised: February 2002
Revised: December 2002
Revised: January 2005
Revised: May 1, 2006
Revised: May 24, 2006

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