Accessibility and Nondiscrimination

Accessibility and Nondiscrimination

Accessibility Statement

The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) is committed to providing accessible content, services, and transactions to all individuals seeking information from our website. Individuals unable to access any content within this website are encouraged to report the problem. So that we may respond in a timely manner, please indicate the nature of the accessibility problem, the preferred format you wish to receive the material, the name of the document (if applicable), the website address (URL) of the requested material, and your contact information.

Please direct all concerns and/or questions about the Utah State Board of Educations web accessibility policy to:

Utah State Board of Education
Information Technology Department
250 East 500 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4200

USBE is unable to provide alternate text or HTML versions for many of the documents that appear on the website in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) format. However, PDF files, where applicable, are Section 508 compliant. We will work with any individual submitting their concern to the contact above to provide any non-accessible web document or information in an alternate format.

Nondiscrimination Statement

The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, marital status, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, military status or affiliation, or political affiliation, in its programs, activities, facilities, or employment. This is in accordance with state and federal laws, including:

United States Department of Labor (DOL):

United States Department of Justice (DOJ):

United States Government Publishing Office (GPO):

United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC):

Utah State Legislature:

Internal Grievance Procedures

Any complaints of harassment, discrimination, or abusive conduct shall be acted upon following receipt of the complaint. Employees who feel they are being subjected to workplace harassment, discrimination, or related retaliation may file an oral or written complaint with their immediate supervisor, any other supervisor in their direct chain of command, or the Utah Division of Human Resource Management (DHRM), including the agency human resource field office.

Abusive Conduct Intake Form

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Internal Policies
USBE Policy, Law and Professional Practices

External Grievance Procedures

Filing a complaint with USBE or DHRM does not prevent an individual from filing a complaint with an appropriate regulatory agency. To file a complaint regarding discrimination, including sexual harassment, or retaliation with a regulatory state or federal agency, please see the agency information below. For information about the time frames in which complaints must be filed, please contact the relevant agency.


Complaints regarding ADEA, Section 504, Title II (ADA), Title IX, and Title VI.


State Agency Individual complaints regarding ADA, ADEA, Title 34A-5, and Title VII.

Federal Agencies

Complaints regarding ADEA, EPA, GINA, PDA, Section 102 and 103 (CRA), Sections 501 and 505 (ADA), Title VII, and Title I (ADA)

Complaints regarding ADEA, Section 504, Subchapter XIV, Title II (ADA), and Title VI