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Think you know all about the March? Think again!
Many students come to school with stories already attached to them. This teacher prefers to hear students’ own stories about themselves.
When school starts, highlight student excitement, not poverty.
It takes a team to Mix It Up! Here are some tips for assembling yours.
A new book sheds light on the lesser-known struggles behind the March—and how students can benefit from learning about them.
The March on Washington was more than a backdrop to “I Have a Dream.”
Unsure how to teach about a particular culture? Ask the experts...the students!