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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.
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Teaching the Government Shutdown

Avoid polarized arguments about the federal government shutdown by emphasizing historical context, processes and the shutdown's effect on people across the United States.
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“I See New York City as a Classroom”

TT Educator Grants support social justice work at the classroom, school and district levels. School Programs Coordinator Jey Ehrenhalt spoke with Abby MacPhail about her project training students to become photojournalists of housing injustice in New York City.
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Engendering Inclusivity in a Language Class

Language classrooms allow students to grapple with how gender affects their understanding of the world, but they also allow teachers to engender their own classrooms as inclusive and safe places for all students.
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Teaching the Value of Work

The shaming of an actor who took a job at a grocery store reminds us to rethink how we teach students about success, equity and hard work.
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On Truth and Neutrality

As the new school year begins, one TT Advisory Board member encourages fellow educators to commit to tackling the tough topics.
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Teaching Tolerance 101: More than a Magazine

Perhaps you get our magazine and you’ve used our films. But Teaching Tolerance offers so much more! As a new school year starts, we review some of our favorite—and most popular—TT resources.
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History Walks: Main Street

A former high school teacher recalls teaching the strikes of the Gilded Age as workers in his rural community began a strike of their own.