The March Continues The Five Essential Practices for Teaching the Civil Rights Movement Teaching the civil rights movement should empower students to be great citizens. If you’re reading this guide, you likely share this
Being an ally to LGBTQ students means bringing people in and reaching out. With these tips, we hope you can create a community within and beyond the school that helps all families feel valued and helps all students feel
Responding to Hate and Bias at School Section One: Before a Crisis Occurs Listen, Watch and Learn When you walk the halls or spend time in the cafeteria—wherever you are on campus—be alert. Are you hearing putdowns and
Montana Major Documents The Montana Standards for Social Studies does not mention the civil rights movement itself. Rosa Parks is named as an example in a fourth-grade benchmark for Social Studies Content Standard 6.
Teaching the Movement 2014 Appendix A: States’ Report Cards Alabama through Missouri Alabama The Major Documents Alabama’s Course of Study (2004) for social studies contains extensive required and suggested civil rights