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The Place for Activism in English Class

Lauren Porosoff - July 18, 2014

Using activist memoirs can help students understand how people effected change in the past—and how young people can effect change now.

Dystopian Young-Adult Literature in the Classroom

Two TT bloggers share their tips on using dystopian young-adult fiction to engage students in discussions about tough topics.  

Create Safety by Modeling Vulnerability

Amanda Blaine - July 15, 2014

This teacher’s choice to be vulnerable with her students transformed the learning experience.

Meet the 2014 Teaching Tolerance Award Winners!

Teaching Tolerance Staff - July 14, 2014

Teaching Tolerance is pleased to introduce the winners of the 2014 Teaching Tolerance Award for Excellence in Teaching.

“You Guys”?

Dr. Neal A. Lester - July 9, 2014

In a world where words matter, why is there little to no real critical conversation about the mixed-gendered use of “you guys”? 

The Criminalization of Elementary Students

Liz Clift - July 9, 2014

 One after-school programmer reflects on the criminalization of youth.

Season of Terror

Sara Bullard - July 8, 2014

Before Freedom Summer began, Charles Moore and Henry Dee were the first victims of the project's white-supremacist backlash.

The End of Freedom School

Sara Bullard - July 7, 2014

The calculated murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner show just how real the risks of Freedom Summer were.

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