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YES! For Teachers Jun 17
What happens when students pivot from problem-awareness to thinking about solutions? They meet a student climate activist, history preservationists, a therapist helping patients beat opioid addiction, and other solutionaries in their own communities.
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YES! For Teachers Apr 8
Feeling unsure about how to start talking to your students about Anti-Blackness? Our tough topics discussion guide will help generate a conversation about anti-Black racism, colorism, police brutality, U.S. history of slavery.
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YES! For Teachers Apr 1
Teachers around the world are trying to make online learning work! From a chemistry demo in a home kitchen to a Broadway show-tune singalong on Zoom. How's it going for you?
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YES! For Teachers Apr 1
Are your students feeling anxious or confused about COVID-19? Use this image and Visual Learning Lesson to help them understand this global pandemic—and develop their visual literacy muscles, too.
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YES! For Teachers Feb 21
Uneasy about how to talk to your students about fat-shaming and related issues like body image, phobias, public health, and bullying? Here are some resources to start the conversation.
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YES! For Teachers Feb 20
Remember to register for our Spring Writing Contest: Your Wildest Dreams by Feb. 28!
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YES! For Teachers Feb 19
Talking to students about identity and heritage? Our student writing lesson will get students reflecting and writing on their roots and how connected they are to all of their parts.
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YES! For Teachers Jan 30
A look into a few people's budgets and the sacrifices and anxiety student debt leaves people facing for years, often decades, after they’ve left school.
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YES! For Teachers Jan 29
Black Lives Matter at School Week is Feb 3-7. These teaching activities and lesson plans support students at every grade level and relate to the 13 principles of .
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YES! For Teachers Jan 26
If you're trying to unlearn the biased systems in America that are designed to keep people of color down, here are 10 books about race in America you can start with.
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YES! For Teachers Jan 25
What would you do with an extra eight hours? What about workers who are paid hourly?
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YES! For Teachers Jan 24
"We're here for Deandre, but it's about more than that," said Sandy Arnold, Deandre's mother. "This is about all the other Deandres that could come through Barbers Hill."
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Attention teachers: Here's an opportunity for students to write about something meaningful for an audience beyond the classroom 💌🌏💫 Register for ' national student writing competition by Feb. 28 ⬇️
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YES! For Teachers Jan 22
Some school districts are replacing diesel buses with electric models to benefit students and the environment. But the change is expensive so utilities like Dominion Energy are helping offset the cost.
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YES! For Teachers Jan 19
In Oakland, California, a group of mothers () is waging a battle against real estate corporations and demanding permanent solutions to the Bay Area .
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YES! For Teachers Jan 18
Inconsistent access to education, healthcare, or housing means marginalized communities are systemically pushed into military service to gain those benefits--especially poor students.
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YES! For Teachers Jan 17
Very few academics do a great deal to share their often important and relevant research with the general public. What's holding them back?
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YES! For Teachers Jan 16
President Trump will use the power of his office to empower students who want to pray in their schools — and remind public schools they risk losing federal funds if they violate their students' rights to religious expression.
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YES! For Teachers Jan 16
Very few academics do a great deal to share their often important and relevant research with the general public. What's holding them back?
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YES! For Teachers Jan 16
Some helpful do's and don'ts for celebrating MLK day including advice on displays, curriculum, and discussions.
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