Here are resources from Black Teacher-Authors that you can use to honor the history of Black Americans during the month of February and beyond.
Education is strongest when diverse perspectives and voices are shared and heard in classroom settings. With these resources, teachers around the world can embrace the collective wisdom of Black educators and incorporate it into their lessons.
Students can be powerful advocates for change. To help your students feel empowered to use their own voices, check out these 10 Teach for Justice resources that help promote civic engagement and student voice.
In the fourth Teach for Justice webinar, Luis Versalles shares strategies educators can use to deepen conversations on the role of race in parent and family relationships. Read about the three strategies in the Courageous Conversation protocol, and watch the full webinar to learn more.
In this Teach for Justice webinar, Scott Thomas explores how educators can put theory to practice to promote equity and anti-racism in schools. Watch the full webinar and discover his answers to your thoughtful questions.