With wildfires in the West, house fires in the East and Hurricane Florence in the South, it's easy for students to become overwhelmed, whether they've been immediately affected or not. These resources can help you support your students now and in the months to come.
Our Fall issue has something for everyone. Whether you want to take action in support of undocumented students and families, update your understanding of white privilege, learn about a new lynching memorial’s haunting history lesson, or help your students identify as voters from a young age, these stories offer the background you need to get informed and involved in the issues that affect your students’ lives.
This edition of The Moment introduces our Voting and Voices project, a collection of resources for students and educators designed to bring democracy and civic engagement into the classroom.
This edition of The Moment ensures your classroom reflects the diversity of Asian-American students and to help them feel seen year-round.
These resources can help you teach about the Black Lives Matters movement, its origins and why your students need to understand its relevance to their lives—regardless of their race.