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Rethinking Schools
Nonprofit magazine & book publisher dedicated to sustaining & strengthening public education through social justice teaching and education activism.
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Teaching for Change Apr 9
Watching ? Here are books for elementary, YA, and adults to learn more about this critically important era in U.S. history.
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The true narrative of Reconstruction is rarely taught in schools. In our latest mag issue editors talk about one of the most poorly taught eras of U.S. History and "Why We Should Teach Reconstruction." Read:
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Vermont's Rutland High School is raising the Black Lives Matter flag for 400 days. ✊🏾
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Our newest magazine issue focuses on teaching Reconstruction. With the series, there's been a renewed interest and commitment to teaching this important history. Check out the new issue and subscribe here:
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Have you been watching the new PBS doc film series Reconstruction: America After the Civil War? It's available for viewing online:
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This is great! Looping in editor so he can check out some of the work you are doing in Canada with the book. ✊🏾
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Here's a video of Dyan reading this powerful piece...
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ITooArtsCollective Apr 17
I, Too Founder has multiple titles including ! We can't wait for next week's event celebrating and the importance of being seen. Read more about Renee's work and her poem "black like me": via
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Marsha Forbes 23h
Attended the first session in the series Teaching for Black Lives Book Talk this evening. WHY: A message from a Black mom to her son
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BustED Pencils Apr 17
Teacher Remoralization Plan. Step 1. If it's not good for kids, stop doing it.
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Rethinking Schools Apr 17
Thank you for this important work! <3 We'd love to learn more about how you're engaging educators around the book.
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Lily Eskelsen García Apr 15
It's , can you guess which Secretary of Education personally saved at least $10 million on her returns, all while asking for $6.7 billion in cuts to education?
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Rethinking Schools Apr 16
Introducing The NEW, New Teacher Book: "We wrote this book hoping it might offer solace and comfort on those long days when young teachers wonder if they are cut out to be a teacher at all."
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Zinn Ed Project Apr 14
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"I loved stepping into the spaces that I ask my students to occupy." -- tchr at Reconstruction Teach-In Participants wrote collective poem with "Poetry of Defiance" lesson from 's "Teaching a People’s History of Abolition & Civil War" See:
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Rethinking Schools Apr 16
We recommend checking out Teaching for Black Lives:
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Rethinking Schools Apr 16
Yes! Bill Bigelow has a whole book on teaching climate change and the environmental crisis. ☀️ You can take 15% off your purchase with code ENJOY15.
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Zinn Ed Project Apr 15
On 59th anniversary of founding of SNCC ( 1960) at Shaw University in Raleigh, NC, here's a lesson by HS teacher and editor Adam Sanchez to bring history of this youth-led org. to classrooms.
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TheSchoolAtColumbia Apr 12
Welcome to editors of Teaching for Black Lives , & Dyan Watson, at school today for workshops with 8th graders and our entire community ---> Book Talk tonight, RSVP here!
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Rethinking Schools Apr 12
Thanks for sharing!
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Rethinking Schools Apr 12
"Students’ names provide the first moment when a teacher can demonstrate their warmth and humanity, their commitment to seeing and welcoming students’ languages and cultures into the classroom." - Linda Christensen
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