Are you interested in becoming more involved in Teaching Tolerance?
We’re looking for people to write 500-word blogs about equity issues, classroom practices, new teaching strategies, current events and educator resources. Bloggers may be teachers, administrators, counselors or professional writers.
If you're interested, send us an email with a 30-word summary of your relevant experience, your name, the name and address of your school, your title, email address, phone number, three ideas you'd like to write about, and a 500-word original blog on one of the following topics:
- Exploring religious diversity with your students or colleagues
- How a recent news story relates to an anti-bias theme
Please send your submission to Editor@Tolerance.org. Put “I’d Like to Blog” in the subject line.
The application deadline is April 3, 2013.
Blogs appear daily on our website and are intended to be on online conversation. Bloggers for Teaching Tolerance are paid $75 per published piece. We will only contact you if we plan to publish your piece.
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