Know Your Rights
Know your rights as an SFUSD family member or student and learn about SFUSD policies.
Discrimination At Your School
SFUSD seeks to provide a school environment that allows all students equal access and opportunities in the district's academic and other educational support programs, services, and activities.
Sexual Harassment/Gender-based Discrimination
Title IX promotes equity in education by ensuring that girls and women receive equal resources and treatment in the classroom and provides protections for students who are sexually harassed and discriminated against and/or bullied based on their gender.
We are committed to reducing prejudice and enhancing understanding between individuals and groups within our schools. Learn about our non-discrimination/harassment policy and how to report hate speech.
LGBTQ Students' Rights
In California, public schools are legally mandated to follow an enumerated set of education codes intended to support LGBTQ students, and ensure that schools are safe and inclusive learning environments.
ADA Facilities Access
SFUSD promotes equality for people with disabilities through ensuring that our built environment is aligned with federal and state accessibility guidelines and standards.
No Fees for Essential School Activities
All students have a right to take part in educational activities at school without paying a fee, deposit or other charge. An "educational activity" is an activity offered by a school or school district that is an integral part of a student's education.
Reporting a Concern
Report a concern with the Office of Family Voice
Help for families in addressing general school concerns
Uniform Complaint Procedure
Help with concerns related to state and federal laws, including discrimination, harassment, and more
Office of Family Voice
The Office of Family Voice (OFV) can help navigate urgent issues and help to resolve the matter informally.