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We know zero-tolerance policies harm children in schools; they're harming them at our borders as well. As the current administration sorts out its policy on the imprisonment and separation of immigrant families, we hope you'll read and share these resources. Consider how you can support the children in your classroom—and beyond.

Teaching on the Border

As children are separated from their parents along our southern border, one teacher considers our responsibility to help.

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The Words “We” Use for “The Other”

Too often, teachers present geographically distant regions—and the people who live in them—as inextricably “other.” Here’s how you can avoid doing so.

Teaching on the Border

As children are separated from their parents along our southern border, one teacher considers our responsibility to help.
Abolitionists William Still, Sojourner Truth, William Loyd Garrison, unidentified male and female slaves, and Black Union soldiers in front of American flag

Teaching Hard History: American Slavery

Teaching Hard History: American Slavery is a comprehensive guide to teaching this critical topic and to helping students understand how slavery influences us in the present day.

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