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

NEW and Improved Mix Registration!

Teaching Tolerance Staff - May 14, 2015

Not only is registration simpler and faster, but here are three reasons to do it now.

Girls in STEM Fields

Ashley Lauren Samsa - May 13, 2015

Teachers play a key role in helping girls realize that entering STEM careers is not only possible but necessary.

Common Ground

Dr. Ruth A. Wilson - May 11, 2015

Research tells us that children’s engagement with natural environments offers a host of benefits. Schools can capitalize on this knowledge.

What We're Reading This Week: May 8

Teaching Tolerance Staff - May 8, 2015

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

Finding Meaning in Class

Lauren Porosoff - May 7, 2015

What if students created academic experiences that fit their values?

Seeing ALL Identities of LGBT Youth of Color

Giovanni Blair McKenzie - May 6, 2015

Giovanni Blair McKenzie gave this speech about supporting LGBT youth of color and “interlocking forms of discrimination” at the 2015 Human Rights Campaign’s Time to THRIVE conference.

Pathways to Success

Jim Hiller - May 5, 2015

Every student teaches you something, and this educator will never forget the powerful lesson one student taught him about the diverse ways students can show their learning.

Making “A Place in the Middle” in Every Classroom

Dean Hamer - May 4, 2015

Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Dean Hamer shares how his documentary A Place in the Middle, co-directed with Joe Wilson, can help students see the value of inclusion, the power of cultural heritage and their ability to create a more positive school climate.

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