Special report on bus bullies; the unifying nature of journaling; One Survivor Remembers; curriculum challenging assumptions, building confidence and questioning stereotypes.
Does your school's anti-bullying policy end at the edge of the parking lot?
One young girl's experience on the school bus mirrors problems going on all over the country.
Follow student activists as they Mix It Up at their schools.
Simple greetings can promote discrimination in young children.
Teacher Kristan Taylor uses journal exercises to unify a classroom.
Mitali Perkins explores the bittersweet aspects of immigration.
The depth and clarity of a teacher's multicultural lens can make — or break — immigrant students' ability to learn.
An Ohio educator finds passionate opposition from some surprising corners.
In developing the One Survivor Remembers kit, Teaching Tolerance's Curriculum Specialist/Writer Jeff Sapp spoke extensively with Holocaust survivor Gerda Weissmann Klein.
Curriculum kit challenges assumptions, builds confidence and questions stereotypes.