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‘Education Suspended’

Maya Lindberg - June 3, 2015

A new report from the Center for Community Alternatives shows how high school disciplinary records are used in college and university admissions.

Select the Next ‘Perspectives’ Text!

June Cara Christian - June 2, 2015

Here’s how you can contribute to the growing text anthology in our curriculum!

Is Implicit Bias Racist?

Zaretta Hammond - June 1, 2015

Three things every teacher should know about implicit bias and the brain.

Rerouting Shortcuts

Jen Cort - June 1, 2015

Cognitive shortcuts can lead to stereotyping and biased behavior. Here are some suggestions on how to “reroute” these shortcuts.

What We're Reading This Week: May 29

Teaching Tolerance Staff - May 29, 2015

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

The Educator in the Mirror

Christina Torres - May 28, 2015

Being an effective ally for all students means honestly examining your practice as an educator.

A Lawyer's Story From the Field

Amir Whitaker - May 28, 2015

A Southern Poverty Law Center lawyer relates to a student who has been suspended repeatedly from a Florida school district where the Center is challenging the discriminatory treatment of African-American children.

Introducing the 2015-17 TT Advisory Board!

Teaching Tolerance Staff - May 28, 2015

Meet the educators who’ll serve as our advisors for the next two years!

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