Welcome to the Teaching Tolerance blog, a place where educators who care about diversity, equity and justice can find news, suggestions, conversation and support.
This year, students are absorbing a lot of negative and inflammatory messages related to the election—often from the adults in their own school communities. We’ve got something that can help.
Through community walks around students’ neighborhoods, educators and school staff can learn from those they teach, creating a stronger and more responsive school community.
Take a moment to pencil in these free PD opportunities on topics like teaching about the 2016 election, Black Lives Matter, gender and more!
In a world where some people still attempt to break women—athletes or not—into piecemeal parts, we must view ourselves and all our students as unique, whole individuals.
A weekly sampling of articles, blogs and reports relevant to TT educators.
Mix It Up at Lunch Day turns 15 this year! Register today, and you’ll become part of a long tradition of kickstarting new friendships in schools across the country—and around the world.
We need to prepare children for the increasingly globalized world we live in. Improving their learning of languages is a good start.
The rhetoric used by this summer’s Olympic media has given educators many rich examples to introduce students to intersectionality.