Teach the topics that shape our students' lives. Whether you're looking for a text, a webinar or a grab-and-go lesson, these resources will help your students explore identity and diversity, recognize injustice and learn to take action.
Cultivate positive identity formation, encourage students to confront racial and ethnic injustice, and prepare them to live and work together in a diverse world.
Explore the diversity of religious beliefs within the United States, questions of religious freedom, and tensions surrounding the separation of church and state.
Bring the voices of people with diverse abilities into your classroom, and create a learning environment that rejects ableism.
Build a deeper understanding of wealth, poverty and systems of economic class.
Tell complex stories about immigration in the United States and find strategies for serving immigrant students and families.
Teach the facts about sex assigned at birth, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, and learn how to advocate for LGBT youth.
Promote empathy and perspective-taking, and help students challenge prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination.
Help students understand the role of rights and resistance in shaping our history, and provide models of informed civic engagement.