Teaching Tolerance designed a new guide, Speak Up at School, to give educators the tools to help students and themselves turn from bystanders to upstanders by responding to biased remarks from peers, parents or even administrators. Preparation is key—but sometimes even the most prepared person draws a blank when confronted with biased language.
That’s where the Speak Up Pocket Guide comes in. It outlines four easy steps educators—and students—can
use to respond to biased language in a quick reference format small enough to carry in your pocket. Just download it. Print it. Cut it. Fold it. And POCKET IT. Our video will show you how.