In today’s rapidly shifting world, it can be especially difficult to discuss the complex social, political, and cultural challenges unfolding every day and the ways they affect educators’ and students’ lives.
At Facing History, we understand this challenge. We have spent more than three decades partnering with educators to help them and their students make sense of what they hear, read, and watch.
Through this program, diverse educators are met with a welcoming and supportive community where they will be respected, valued, and heard.
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