Welcome to the Teaching Tolerance blog, a place where educators who care about diversity, equity and justice can find news, suggestions, conversation and support.
A student’s frustration over a math lesson offers an opportunity to learn about respect.
During a day of lessons about Asian-American culture and history, students in this Philadelphia school experienced deep learning and reflection.
Schools across the country can reduce the number of suspensions and learn from a recent legal settlement in Mobile, Ala.
Slut-shaming is a dangerous phenomenon in schools, but there are ways to support students.
When students thought success was impossible, wooden model rockets served as tools to boost self-esteem.
Student journalism can promote tolerance and inclusion.
A home visit is a valuable way to build relationships with students and engage their families.