Educator Grants Action Models

Interested in replicating a Teaching Tolerance Educator Grant project in your classroom, school or district? Explore this list of past projects, and pick one that’s right for your students and your context.

These innovative TT grants projects have been condensed into a few simple steps. Once you select an anti-bias activity, use the “how-to” steps to put a similar project into action.

Apply for your own TT Grant to help fund a project that promotes anti-bias learning and positive social change.

Questions? Looking to contact a project grantee directly? Contact our grants coordinator.

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Celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month With TT Grants

Across the country, TT grantees are doing inspiring work in their classrooms, schools and communities. This LGBTQ pride month, TT Grants Manager Jey Ehrenhalt takes a look at some of the ways TT grants are funding projects that support, sustain and celebrate LGBTQ students.

Topic: Gender & Sexual Identity
Social Justice Domain:

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Voices of Hope

In this middle school, district-level grant, students hosted an interview series and spoke with people from a variety of backgrounds who found resilience, success and leadership in adulthood.

Topic: Race & Ethnicity, Gender & Sexual Identity, Bullying & Bias, Rights & Activism
Social Justice Domain: Identity, Diversity

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Let Your Voice Be Heard!

In this elementary, classroom-level project, students research the policy positions of elected officials at all levels to create a PSA encouraging voter participation.

Topic: Rights & Activism
Social Justice Domain: Justice, Action

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Introducing the Educator Grants Action Model Directory

TT Educator Grants fund projects that encourage educators to implement anti-bias education in their schools and classrooms. Learn how you can browse the new and expanding Grants Action Model directory to replicate these projects in your own school community.

Topic: Race & Ethnicity, Class, Bullying & Bias, Rights & Activism
Social Justice Domain:

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“What’s in a Name?”

In this elementary, school-level grant, students learn about each others’ names and their meanings, and they brainstorm strategies for respectfully approaching unfamiliar names.

Topic: Race & Ethnicity, Bullying & Bias
Social Justice Domain: Identity, Diversity