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Teaching & Learning Black History

Teaching & Learning Black History

Black history belongs outside of the month of February. Black voices, experiences, histories, and futures deserve to be a part of the every day classroom. However, few teachers explored Black history in their own schooling beyond MLK and the civil rights movement. Here ...
Anti-Black Racism Reading List for Teachers

Anti-Black Racism Reading List for Teachers

To successfully teach about Black history, race and racism, and Black experiences, it is critical to first educate yourself. Here are 5 of our top recommendations for books to start your learning journey. If you are interested in purchasing these books, we encourage ...
The Problem With Socio-Emotional Learning (SEL)

The Problem With Socio-Emotional Learning (SEL)

We need to talk about socio-emotional learning (SEL). SEL is supposed to be about teaching students how to manage their emotions, persevere, and how to have healthy emotional lives. Sounds pretty harmless, right? But here’s the problem. Popular and common approaches to ...
Decolonising the Math and Science Classroom

Decolonising the Math and Science Classroom

Black history is about more than just the civil rights movement. It is also about the contributions of Black people and societies to culture, academia, and thought. One site of constant erasure of the contribution of Black people is in math and science. Too often, ...

Teachers as Allies

As a teacher in our public education system, you have more power than you know. Learn more about how you can support the work of Parents of Black Children. 

Additional Supports and Resources for Teachers

School Racism Reporting Tool

School Racism Reporting Tool

The Educator's Toolkit

The Educator's Toolkit

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