The Spring and Summer issues of Teaching Tolerance sparked tremendous response—from a critique of our latest cover story to praise for the art that enlivens our pages.
Jim Bolone’s favorite childhood memory keeps his love of teaching alive, even when bureaucracy gets him down.
When Brian Siverson-Hall talks about racial equity, he’s not just looking for conversation—he’s looking for results.
Burning Brightly or Burning Out?
Teaching Tolerance loves to read! Check out a few of our favorite diverse books for diverse readers and educators.
Meet Kennedy, of Mombasa, Kenya. His wheelchair doesn’t stop him from making the world a more beautiful place.
Diversify your library with DIY publishing.
Mentors and coaches can be anti-bias allies.
The “whys” and “hows” of teaching about religious radicalism.
Richard Milner explains why ignoring race equals ignoring the identities of students—including white students.
The tension between religious refusal laws and LGBT rights poses a classic social studies dilemma.
Voting doesn’t just change election results—it can change lives.
How would your students answer this question?
Your administration made a choice you can’t live with. What now?
Teachers need resilience too.
My, how Perspectives for a Diverse America has grown!
More states are including American Indians in their mainstream curricula.