This thought-provoking open letter from Teacher-Author Tasia from Great Minds TEACH Alike inspires reflection on how White educators can be more culturally sensitive to Black students and colleagues.
Teacher-Author Jasmine McClain shares five ways educators can begin dismantling racism in their classrooms and schools.
TpT is committed to creating change and supporting essential conversations with teachers and students around topics of race and social justice. To do this, we are rolling out our Teach for Justice program, which will (1) expand anti-racist resources, (2) educate for social justice, and (3) amplify muted voices.
It’s been a heartbreaking week in America. We can’t stay silent. We must speak up. We must work for change. For this, TpT and our diverse community of educators have an important role to play.
Join us in celebrating LGBTQ+ figures and history during Pride Month this June — and learn more about teaching inclusivity and supporting student identity year-round. In this resource round-up for Pride, we are sharing some creative resources and thoughtful teaching ideas from Teacher-Authors in the TpT community.