Welcome to the Teaching Tolerance blog, a place where educators who care about diversity, equity and justice can find news, suggestions, conversation and support.
In the second of a three-part series, this new-educator mentor explains how to build beginning teachers’ strengths in culturally and linguistically responsive practices.
A new article by educator and author Doug Lemov addresses the demands of the new SAT—and it made us think about how our Perspectives curriculum will help students meet them.
A special part of gardening with youth is not only teaching them where their food comes from but also allowing cultural exchanges to happen.
A weekly sampling of articles, blogs and reports relevant to TT educators.
We've heard from educators that they urgently need tools to teach about the 2016 election—and its divisive rhetoric. Check out our resource Civil Discourse in the Classroom, which offers step-by-step lessons for engaging in effective argument on divisive issues.
Many kids listen to music as often as they possibly can. Educators can tap into students’ interests in music by teaching them to critically read the lyrics they are listening to—and promote social justice through that examination.
We surveyed approximately 2,000 teachers, asking them how the presidential campaign was affecting their students and their teaching. The results indicated that the campaign is having a profoundly negative impact on schoolchildren—and educators—across the country.