Half of all students menstruate, but periods are rarely talked about in schools and almost never factored into school policy discussions. Why? In “Equity, Period.” we look at how the stigma surrounding menstruation is harming students and what educators can do about it.
The Spring 2019 issue also looks at a budding movement that seeks to bring mental health education into the classroom, a reading groups model that invites families into the conversation and a critique of call-out culture that focuses on teachable moments rather than take-downs. We also talk to historian Carol Anderson about her research on voter suppression and why it remains a civil rights issue to this day.
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