The Fall issue of Teaching Tolerance magazine and our 2016 election resources sparked a lot of reactions from readers, from a critique of our advice to appreciation for our cover art.
Karen Sharpe teaches for the moment when she can see the unlikely become possible.
Librarian Amy Trulock shows her visitors that, even in a closed facility, their library can be a positive, affirming space.
How much do you know about the rights of English language learners?
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!
Students struggle to find a way forward after their classroom’s election.
Are you ready for a revolution? This veteran educator is.
What a wonderful kind of day—to incorporate Arthur into your curriculum.
Now, more than ever, these vulnerable students need advocates in schools.
How does identity influence our perceptions of history?
This Latina civic empowerment program seeks to “take stories of adversity and flip them into stories of glory.”
Dear President Trump: America’s students have some advice for you.
Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones tells the hard truth about why so many students still attend segregated schools.
A social justice educator comes to terms with his not-so-hidden biases.
Anti-hate and anti-bullying policies aren’t enough in the fight against Islamophobia.
Are your school’s dress and behavior policies doing more harm than good?
We are a product of our history—even the history we don’t like to think about.
Encourage the change agents in your classroom with this letter of support.