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This high school language arts teacher marvels at how his students were engaged in controversial and difficult topics.
Teaching Tolerance released a new Best Practices guide to help educators transform the school environment into an inclusive space for LGBT students.
Maybe you’re thinking texting has no place in the classroom. This teacher found some practical applications.
A pair of news stories this week reported that students were being silenced and punished when they attempted to speak up for others. This is disappointing.
Getting away from the “usual suspects” of the modern civil rights movement, this teacher introduced her students to Bayard Rustin.
Despite language barriers and inadequate translation, teachers can find clarity and solutions by reaching out to students’ families.
Careful planning, thoughtfulness and alliances will help educators avoid the pitfalls of Black History Month.