Uncovering Your Implicit Biases: An Exercise for Teachers
An essential step toward becoming an anti-racist educator is uncovering your own implicit biases. This exercise will get you started.
How Teachers Can Support Arab-American Students
Even when they appear to be navigating school successfully, Arab-American students aren’t thriving like they could. But we can change that.
Teachers are being silenced. What can be done about it?
How is the anti-CRT movement harming and silencing teachers, what damage will it ultimately do to students, and what can be done to fight it?
Historically Responsive Literacy: A More Complete Education for All Students
Based on the work of 19th century Black literary societies, this fresh approach to curriculum focuses on identity, skills, intellect, and criticality.
Why White Students Need Multicultural and Social Justice Education
Some educators wonder if multicultural and social justice education are relevant if most of your students are white. The answer is yes.
Are Your Diversity Strategies Missing the Mark? Nine Ways to Get it Right
These tips will help you improve your practice and avoid some of the faux pas that come with teaching students who look, think, or opine differently than you.
Think Twice Before Doing Another Historical Simulation
Historical simulations can be powerful for teaching, but when it comes to traumatic or violent periods, like slavery, there really isn’t a good way to do them.
How One District Learned to Talk About Race
When you’ve done lots of diversity training, but something is still missing, it might be that people still aren’t comfortable having honest conversations about race.