BOSTON (AP) — The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has agreed to create a $500,000 fund devoted to promoting diversity, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office announced Tuesday.

The action comes after the world-class museum was accused of racism last year after black middle school students said they were harangued and mistreated on a class trip.

On Tuesday, as part of the agreement, the museum agreed to create the new fund and take other steps, including providing unconscious bias training for all employees.

Democratic Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said the agreement also includes what she called a reconciliation process with the students.