Join us and librarian, educator, author, and #DisruptTexts co-founder Julia Torres on July 13 to discuss her work and her insights on how educators can select culturally responsive texts even amidst the challenges many teachers are facing regarding book banning and censorship.
Still looking for meaningful, flexible, and timely summer PD options? Click to get information on our fully-self paced online courses that can help you expand your curriculum and offer new tools & strategies for teaching topics like Civil Rights, the Holocaust, and more. Start anytime!
With this fall’s mid-term elections beginning to heat up across the country, use this newly curated set of resources to incorporate lessons on Free & Fair Elections, Political Polarization, Voting Rights, and more into your social studies or civics classes.
In the last year, we have seen an explosion of debate about how to teach young people about the past, but we know that much is lost when we fail to engage this history in the classroom. Click to read three important lessons we can all take from teaching Reconstruction today.