A place for educators to find thought-provoking news, conversation and support for those who care about diversity, equal opportunity and respect for differences in schools

Believe It or Not

Marisa Fasciano - November 19, 2014

Four ways to include religiously unaffiliated students in classroom content about religion.

How Does the TT Community Teach Thanksgiving?

Monita K. Bell - November 18, 2014

As you consider addressing Thanksgiving in your classroom, the approaches of the educators in our community offer great places to start.

Introducing 'Civil Rights Done Right'

Teaching Tolerance Staff - November 17, 2014

Our new publication, Civil Rights Done Right: A Tool for Teaching the Movement, helps educators give this important history the coverage it deserves. 

Children’s Rights are Human Rights

Scott Hirschfeld - November 17, 2014

“Where, after all, do universal human rights begin?” 

What We're Reading This Week: November 14

Teaching Tolerance Staff - November 14, 2014

A weekly sampling of articles and blogs relevant to TT educators.

“Boys Know What Girls Want”: Messages in Popular Music

Dr. Neal A. Lester - November 13, 2014

Do boys know what girls want? You might think so if you believe everything you hear in pop songs.

We Still Need Diverse Books

Noelle Walters - November 12, 2014

A third-grade teacher shares how she uses diverse picture books to surround her students with mirrors and windows—and to combat implicit biases.

What We’re Reading This Week: November 7

Teaching Tolerance Staff - November 7, 2014

A weekly sampling of articles and blogs relevant to TT educators. 

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