Equity & Belonging
December 15, 2022Year in review: Diversity, equity, and inclusion in 2022
We’re still learning, growing, and making important changes around our own diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in 2022.
September 13, 2022On building equitable edtech: 3 product inclusion principles at Clever
From accessibility to research to decision-making, learn how Clever approaches equity and inclusion when developing products for K12 schools. (And, reach out to us! We want to hear from you.)
June 22, 2022Identity matters: Stories from our AAPI community
From AAPI Heritage Month celebrations to sponsoring an AAPI employee resource group, Clever seeks to create a safe space for everyone to be seen, heard, and valued at work.
June 1, 2022Pride 2022: Celebrating progress and supporting LGBTQIA+ in schools
As Pride celebrations take place this month, anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation is also sweeping across the country, putting students’ safety at risk. This year for Pride, in addition to celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community within the Clever team, we’re also taking action to support those communities in our schools.
February 14, 20225 Company culture tenets we’re devoted to
Clever’s culture tenets define the common ground on which Cleverites work together, and can help to guide their interactions with, and expectations of, each other. We're all threaded together by values that are core to our being, and these common values help our people to feel engaged in the culture and in the company.
December 16, 2021Year in review: Diversity, equity, and inclusion in 2021
In 2021, Clever set three guiding stars to lead us toward building a future of equitable opportunities, products, and communities. Here’s a look at how we’re investing in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
December 16, 2021Diversity report 2021
What does diversity look like for employees at Clever? This post is part of a series focused on equity and belonging.
June 17, 2021Juneteenth: Radically hopeful, radically joyful
Striking a balance between recognizing Black history and choosing radical joy as the greatest form of honoring Juneteenth.