Looking ahead to the 2016-17 school year—and the election—got many readers thinking and talking!
Superintendent Heidi Sipe is committed to building the bridges students need to follow their dreams.
What keeps Michelle Spathelf in the classroom? Giving truant teenagers—and their families—hope.
Suggestions to help you navigate—and teach about—this year’s presidential election.
Our book reviews can help you keep your practice fresh and informed.
Dim the lights and get ready to learn with these TT-approved films!
In 1920, Tennessee lawmaker Harry Burn followed his mother’s advice on a controversial vote—and changed voting rights history.
Understanding political divides can help students learn to bridge them.
At the end of the school day, many kids carry responsibilities far beyond homework.
Get to Know the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.
When election rhetoric threatened their district culture, this group of California teachers organized a “Teach In.”
The organization clearly has great brand recognition, but what does it really mean to “Rock the Vote”?
You want to teach about the election, but there's a lot of hostility and tension getting in the way. Here's your quick guide to surviving the weeks leading up to November 8.
Carol Anderson explains how, in many Southern states, Brown v. Board of Education fueled decades of resistance to school integration.
Silence speaks volumes. Our students are listening.
The country's first inhabitants are the least likely to vote in national elections. Why?
Dare to dream big about what senior year could be.
Meet the recipients of the 2016 Teaching Tolerance Award for Excellence in Teaching.