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Call to Action: All Children Deserve to Be Free

Guided by the belief that all children deserve to be free and to be in school, the organizers of Teachers Against Child Detention are calling upon fellow educators to demand the end of child immigrant detention.
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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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Spotlight on “Bridges Not Walls”

TT Educator Grants support social justice work at the classroom, school and district levels. Grants Manager Jey Ehrenhalt spoke with Emily Conner about her students’ pop-up exhibit of Latinx immigration history and policy in Portland, Oregon.
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Diwali in the Classroom: A Parent’s Perspective

Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights, is celebrated by more than a billion people all over the world. Here are a few ways you can teach your students about Diwali—and promote multicultural understanding.
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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.