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Privilege Paralysis on a College Campus

Katy Wills - February 19, 2015

Teaching the movement to high schoolers gave this college student an opportunity to address her personal "privilege paralysis" and embrace her potential as an agent of change.

Blogging Your Way to “Identity”

Peter J. Elliott - February 18, 2015

A high school teacher uses a class blog to explore how identity is constructed.

Texts! Texts! Texts!

Teaching Tolerance Staff - February 17, 2015

How did Teaching Tolerance select the texts in Perspectives for a Diverse America? Find out here.

What We’re Reading This Week: February 13

Teaching Tolerance Staff - February 13, 2015

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

Diverse Books in the Spotlight

Maya Lindberg - February 13, 2015

The movement around diverse books is gaining momentum.

What Change Looks Like: Notes From Ferguson

Amanda Blaine - February 11, 2015

This educator wants young people to know that a small group of organized, passionate and hardworking people is behind a national movement.

“That’s So Gay”: From a Teacher’s Perspective

Ginger Aaron-Brush - February 10, 2015

When this teacher, then a closeted lesbian, heard her students using the word gay negatively, she had to choose between playing it safe and genuinely fostering an inclusive classroom culture.

Diverse Beliefs in Homogenous Classrooms?

Sara Wicht - February 9, 2015

Here are some suggestions for teaching about diverse beliefs—religious and nonreligious—in classrooms where that type of diversity might not be present.

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