How school leaders should embrace conversations about race and other insights from bestselling author Beverly Daniel Tatum: Why All the Black Kids Are Still Sitting Together in the Cafeteria (Q&A)
How one little graphic became shared and adapted by millions
On the third day of school, everything kinda stalled.My 9th grade English class and I had plugging along quite nicely the first two days, and that day was no different. Then it happened: I asked a tough question about the story we’d just read.
No hands went up. Silence.
Read on here: Small Lesson Learned: Raised Hands | Stories From School
A reminder from Zaretta Hammond, author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain.
It happens every February. Yep, Black History Month. Some folks are asking if we should even have a Black History Month. That’s neither here nor there, but there are some things to avoid if this annual commemoration is to have any significance. Here are five guidelines I think we should take special care to follow: Five Things Not to Do During Black History Month | Teaching Tolerance – Diversity, Equity and Justice
This is from a year ago, and it feels important to post it once again today.