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Using Banned Books to Address Race in Class

Ashley Lauren Samsa - September 22, 2014

Observe Banned Books Week with books that can help your students process racial issues constructively.

The Activist Award Essay

Lauren Porosoff - September 19, 2014

To close an English unit on social activism, this teacher had her students reflect by recognizing and writing about the activist potential in their classmates.

Gear Up for Mix with “Mixers”

Teaching Tolerance Staff - September 19, 2014

Deepen the impact of Mix It Up at Lunch Day with these pre-Mix activities!

Mix It Up Any Way You Can

Teaching Tolerance Staff - September 12, 2014

Regardless of how, when or where your school does lunch, you can make Mix It Up happen!

The Fall Issue Has Arrived!

Teaching Tolerance Staff - September 11, 2014

Check out the Fall issue of Teaching Tolerance magazine!

Avoid Disaster: Assign Seating in Middle School

Chad Donohue - September 10, 2014

Have you noticed students being excluded in your classroom? A new seating arrangement can make all the difference.

New Curriculum from Teaching Tolerance!

Teaching Tolerance Staff - September 9, 2014

It’s here! And it’s FREE! Introducing Perspectives for a Diverse America

How Does the Anti-bias Framework Fit into Perspectives?

Teaching Tolerance Staff - September 9, 2014

Learn more about the Teaching Tolerance Anti-bias Framework and using it to write essential questions.

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