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for Black History Month can be authentic without falling into the pitfalls of
the “heroes and holidays.” Look for ways to involve the entire school community
and teach about the history and experiences of African Americans across the
curriculum and throughout the year.
The law is touted as a way to provide "school choice," but in reality it discriminates against many impoverished families.
The legendary folk singer affected students through avenues beyond song.
Mentoring is not about telling new teachers what to do. It’s about cultivating their skills early in their career.
The spring issue of Teaching Tolerance is on its way to schools across the country!
This writing unit celebrates students’ talents and cultures.