Browse a menu of ideas that honor student identities, build intergroup awareness and support diverse learners.
Josh is annoyed with his grumpy neighbor, until a family member helps him find compassion.
Being optimistic is more than a character trait for Chad Donohue—it's a guiding principle and a way of life.
Our classroom resources are grade-specific and align to the four domains of the Teaching Tolerance Anti-bias Framework—Identity, Diversity, Justice and Action. Here are four lessons most frequently visited in recent months.
Meet Becca Valdez, a media specialist whose library is a welcoming activity "hub" for the entire school.
Answers to your toughest social justice questions.
Reader responses to Teaching Tolerance articles and resources.
These documentaries caught our attention—and deserve yours.
Teaching Tolerance staff review the latest in culturally aware literature and resources, offering the best picks for professional development and teachers of all grades.
Hardships faced by communities in crisis are national issues worth teaching.
Meet cartoonist Vishavjit Singh, aka CAPTAIN AMERICA!
Help your students travel through time with primary sources from the Library of Congress.
What do children need when personal tragedy enters the classroom?
Digital gaming offers a new frontier for social justice educators.
A community gets to know its own stories—past and present—through the study of slave deeds.
Recognizing the history of defamatory symbols can help schools see fewer of them.
Can kindness be taught? Scientists say yes.
Trauma shows many faces. Schools that recognize them can be places of healing.
Expand your students' definition of "reading" with graphic novels—stories that show and tell!
Racial stress can silence children. Storytelling can awaken their voices.