Young people have always fought to create a future that is safer and more just—for themselves and for all of us. As students around the globe walk out this Friday to support environmental justice, we hope you’ll find ways to celebrate and support student action during the climate strike and beyond. Here’s how to start.
The Thinking Is the Work
Two Boston teachers created a blueprint for helping educators examine bias. In doing so, they laid a foundation for change.
Teacher librarian Julia Torres helps students and educators alike reimagine the role of books.
This Friday, students worldwide will strike to demand action on climate change. Educators should take the opportunity to support student learning and action.
The young activists who emerged from the Parkland, Florida, school shooting offer educators a tremendous opportunity to celebrate the power of youth activism—past and present.
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