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Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
The Gifted Learning Project does not advocate, support, or practice unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, marital status, creed, political belief, religion, age, national origin, language, gender, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or status as a Vietnam era or disabled veteran in admission, access to, or conduct of its educational programs and activities nor in its employment policies and practices.
Learning Project is committed to providing a
working environment for all employees and an educational environment
resources for all. Harassment based on race, color, national origin,
sexual preference, marital status, age, religion, creed or political
mental or physical handicap or disability, or status as a
Learning Project is committed to a program of
affirmative action in the recruitment, hiring, training, and promotion
in all classes of employment to help overcome the present effects of
discrimination and prevent underutilization of qualified women and
persons with disabilities,
Employees, Consultants, Contractors or students who commit or supervisors who knowingly condone and fail to report incidents of discrimination are subject to disciplinary action when instances of discrimination are identified and confirmed. Knowingly filing false complaints of discrimination or knowingly providing false testimony will likewise result in disciplinary or corrective action when instances of such conduct are identified and confirmed. Retaliation against persons who file complaints or serve as witnesses is also a violation of laws prohibiting discrimination and will lead to appropriate disciplinary action against offenders.
The Gifted Learning Project affords any student, employee, applicant for employment or admissions, or any person who believes he or she was discriminated against by The Gifted Learning Project the right to file a grievance on grounds of discrimination. As a condition of their employment and enrollment, employees and students are expected to cooperate in investigations of formal complaints of discrimination. Failure to cooperate will result in disciplinary action.
The Gifted Learning Project is a young organization, full of life and drive to help the public understand learning disabilities. We are a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization created for people with learning disabilities, started and operated by people with learning disabilities or with immediate family members with learning disabilities. We receive no pay for being on the board, and do this because we listen to our hearts and understand what it’s like to have a learning disability. The Gifted Learning Project website is located at http://www.giftedlearningproject.org/