Read about dating abuse and the many ways teachers can help students avoid—or get out of—destructive relationships. Also, look for articles on creating healthy sports rivalries, encouraging young activists and dispelling stereotypes about low-income students. Download the PDF version here.
The 20th-anniversary issue covers ways to make physical education classes more inclusive. James W. Loewen writes about the real causes of the Civil War. This issue also offers tips on defending arts education and discusses the growth in secular student clubs. Download the PDF version here.
This issue of Teaching Tolerance magazine takes an in-depth look at how educators can use social media to teach social justice. It also explores the human side of the complex immigration debate and suggests ways for educators to defuse the issue in class discussions. Other topics include combating anti-Muslim bias, improving diversity in STEM classes, teaching about human trafficking and changing attitudes about bullies. Download the PDF version here.
Teaching Tolerance magazine focuses on the tough problems faced by America’s rural schools. It also takes a look at cyberbullying and the life-or-death controversies surrounding online harassment. And this issue gives teachers tips on how to help hard-to-reach homeless students. Download the PDF version here.
'The New Segregation': Gender, Sexual Orientation and Immigration · 'Civil Discourse': New curriculum helps students explore divisive issues · 'I'm Not Biased': Steps to deepen our cultural understanding
The latest issue of Teaching Tolerance magazine offers insights on coping with the economic downturn; a look at a student-led movement to end unequal school funding; and lesson plans to help you unpack the meaning of Barack Obama's historic speech on race.
Get the resources you need to ensure your school environment is welcoming to English language learners (ELLs) and their families. Our ELL Best Practices Collection covers issues from family engagement to bilingual assessments.