These back-to-school activities are designed to create welcoming learning environments that prioritize care, relationships, and community.
This collection of teaching resources will help you lay a foundation of community and care as you return to the classroom after a year of unprecedented challenges and disruptions.
Black history is central to all of American history, and should be part of a robust teaching curriculum year-round. Alongside the lessons of Black history, it’s also critical to honor the resilience, creativity, and vitality of Black people in the face of inequity and violence, past and present. That’s why, this year, we’re celebrating Black History Month by honoring the themes of Black Agency & Black Joy.
Explore with your students the lives of Jews before World War II and examine music as a form of resistance.
Use this collection of resources on antisemitism and racism in the twenty-first century to talk about combating this hateful ideology and support students' development as informed, empathetic, and active civic participants.