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How much can teachers disclose about their personal religious and nonreligious beliefs to students?
Stories from the past, like those of Freedom Summer, serve to remind us that change happens when everyday people create it.
In a world where competition awards few people on the backs of many, school awards can be redesigned to prioritize equity.
The same stereotypes that hurt and limit girls can also hurt boys and any student who does not adhere to binary gender norms.
Few of us really want to remember what we looked like in middle school, but nobody wants to remember what it felt like to be the kid who had nothing to sign on the last day of class.
It’s never too late to become who we want to be in the classroom.
Unpacking the word “sissy” helped this teacher build awareness of stereotypes while creating safety for all students.
Educators can’t display religious symbols in public schools, but that does not mean religious symbols can never appear in the classroom. So when is it OK?