Frances dreams of swimming with her classmates, but will everyone be welcome at her new community pool?
Spanish teacher Tricia Kelly reflects on one of her favorite teaching days.
Behavioral specialist Miguel A. Salinas puts his heart into the school's toughest kids.
PD Café offers professional development activities to complete alone or with colleagues.
Teaching Tolerance loves to read! Check out a few of our favorite diverse books for readers and educators.
Dim the lights and get ready to learn with these TT-approved films!
Answers to your toughest social justice questions.
Readers had a lot to say about our Spring “storytelling” issue, the new film kit about Selma and much more.
The names of Confederate and segregationist leaders label the landscape of the South. What are the consequences when these names belong to schools?
If race is a social construct, what’s up with DNA ancestry testing?
As these young activists prove, it's never too early to change the world.
Affinity groups offer a platform for voices often relegated to the margins.
"Dear Me, I know you're having a rough time of it ..."
Can clothing inspire collective action? Yes!
Deaf and hard-of-hearing students can effectively miss class, even if they attend every day. Learn to spot this phenomenon and help reverse it.
Knowing the difference can make all the difference to students who do not conform to binary norms.
The bullying of teachers is slowly entering the national spotlight. How will your school respond?
Educators working in locked facilities have a lot to offer—to their students and to their public-school colleagues.
The fastest-growing group of young people in the juvenile justice system is also the least talked about.
Police make schools safer—right?