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This educator—originally from North Dakota—shares two reflections that inform how and what she teaches about Standing Rock and the Dakota Access Pipeline.
After Election Day, this educator remains committed to making room for hope and action in his classroom.
In the wake of the election results, one teacher tries to help students reflect clearly on the voters who decided the election—and to maintain hope.
We’re launching a new campaign to amplify student voices. Read on to find out more!
Nearly a week after the election, school leaders around the country are confronting increasingly volatile school environments. Teaching Tolerance Director Maureen Costello offers several suggestions for how to keep schools safe.
A weekly sampling of articles, blogs and reports relevant to TT educators.
Yesterday, you needed to reassure your students and keep them safe. Today, you need to tell them the truth: Everything is not OK. We have work to do, and we can do it.