• Organizing a teach-in

    Organizing a teach-in

    A teach-in is an opportunity to promote dialogue about current political affairs outside the classroom and regular curriculum, but still within an academic setting. Current Events are teachable moments for social justice. When teaching social justice through current events, explore opinions and perspective, clarify social justice themes, use interactive technology, and encourage activism.

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  • Being a student activist

    Being a student activist

    Student activists have been at the heart of social progress for decades, serving as instrumental participants in movements against sexism and racism and for more civil rights and freedoms. Schools often serve as incubators of these movements, providing a setting where students discover their passions and develop skills to combat prejudice and inequality.

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  • Educational Resources on Climate Change

    Educational Resources on Climate Change

    Excellent selection of sources for lesson plans on climate change, K-12

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  • Educational Resources on DACA

    Educational Resources on DACA

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Cultural Responsiveness in the Holiday Season

Our Planet. Our Future. Act Now.

"What truly makes our country great is its diversity. I've seen that beauty in so many ways over the years. Whether we are born here or seek refuge here, there's a place for us all. We must remember it's not my America or your America. It's our America." Michelle Obama, 2019

In times of conflict, divisive rhetoric, and information overload, students benefit from opportunities for meaningful dialogue about the issues that we are facing today. Let’s Talk has articles and lesson plans on crises and conflicts, politics and government.

 

Talking Politics

Crises and Conflicts

 

Out for Safe Schools

Out for Safe Schools - Calendar Resources

LGBT Resources

Building Community. Addressing Bias

Videos and Public Service Announcements

Voices of Religion, Culture & Ethnicity

Now Matters Later

Videos and Public Service Announcements

Principals Toolkit

Reporting

Bullying Resources

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