Welcome to the Teaching Tolerance blog, a place where educators who care about diversity, equity and justice can find news, suggestions, conversation and support.
Struggling with how to address the upcoming inauguration in your classroom? Consider teaching about inaugural history.
The days leading up to the presidential inauguration hold excellent opportunities to teach about civic engagement and civility.
Too often, lesson plans surrounding Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy fail to move beyond “I Have a Dream.” These classroom suggestions acknowledge the depth and complexity of the movement he helped to lead.
This fourth-grade teacher, a TT Award winner, offers some classroom suggestions to make Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day an opportunity for deep, personal engagement—not a day off.
Did your school host an outstanding Mix event and keep the Mix spirit going? We want to recognize you!
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When a hard-fought election is over, how does everyone move forward? This illustrated story for grades 3–5 can help.