This NASJE Curriculum Design is intended to be an educational resource for judicial branch educators and court staff. This resource is divided into two parts. Part I covers the basics of diversity, fairness, stereotyping, implicit bias, and access to the court system. Part II applies the principles and information from Part I to the court system and explores the potential for bias, prejudice, and discrimination in the court system; the potential for personal bias; and organizational approaches to diversity, fairness, and access education.
NASJE Curriculum Design: The Journey Toward Diversity, Fairness, and Access Through EducationNational Association of State Judicial Educators. Jan. 1, 2016