Seattle Based equity site
This tool, constructed by the four equity assistance centers, gives communities a good visual presentation for better understanding the elements and critical supports needed for socioeconomic integrat
In the decades since Brown v. Board of Education, federal education policies—from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2002 and the Every Student Su
As the nation marks the 65th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, school segregation and racial and educational inequity remain pervasive issues. In fact, for many students, schools are more se
April 2019 | Volume 76 | Number 7 Separate and Still Unequal: Race in America's Schools Pages 20-28
NCII builds the capacity of state and local education agencies, universities, practitioners, and other stakeholders to support implementation of intensive intervention in literacy, mathematics, and be
Four categories. Twenty-two practices. Improved student outcome.
We are excited to announce the release of our newly produced Black Lives Matter At School video! This short primer for the movement gets its subtitle from the words of high school student Israel Presl
The 2015 legislature passed SB5433 requiring the inclusion of tribal sovereignty curriculum be taught in all schools. The use of the curriculum has been endorsed by all 29 federally recognized tribes.
Our curriculum teams are creating Spokane Tribal specific history, science, and leadership curriculum that is more engaging, meaningful and relevant to the students. Our team recognizes the challenges
Around the world, black girls are being pushed out of schools because of policies that target them for punishment, says author and social justice scholar Mon...
Awareness of educational inequity is important, but we also need to take action. Pedro Noguera shares ten ways educators can do just that.
What do we mean when we talk about race – and what do others hear?
Ideas include knowing every child, celebrating their potential, recognizing their challenges, acknowledging inequity, and using culture as a resource.
This impassioned talk explains how students who identify with Hip Hop culture have been ignored or deemed deficient in schools because of mainstream misconce...
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All kinds of readers, all kinds of writers.
Native Hope is a nonprofit organization that exists to dismantle barriers and inspire hope for Native voices unheard. We work with organizations and Native Americans throughout the United States. We a
8th grade students at the Pioneer Charter School in Fort Collins, Colorado each created a historical character file (HCF) as part of a Learning Expedition on slavery. The process took two months and i
Peek behind the curtain to see how great projects happen! Through compelling photography, video, and writing, students and teachers take on the role of documentarians of learning. The result is 18 bea
PESB is committed to ensuring cultural responsiveness among our state’s educators, and to closing the opportunity gap through effective and inclusive education that ensure all students succeed. Below
Why should a good education be exclusive to rich kids? Schools in low-income neighborhoods across the US, specifically in communities of color, lack resource...
Tricia Rose '93 PhD, Director of CSREA and Chancellor's Professor of Africana Studies Samuel Rosen '14, Senior Researcher, How Structural Racism Works Projec...
At the ILA 2017 Conference, ILA convened a group of panelists for a candid discussion centered on difficult conversation topics like racism, implicit bias, a...
Nikole Hannah-Jones discusses diversity in the classroom.
Modern Day Segregation: How & Why Public Schools are (Still) Divided by Race The Problem We All Live With Nikole Hannah-Jones (http://nikolehannahjones.com) ...
The need for these books goes beyond curriculum: Reading these stories will make our students better humans.
These video clips, curated from award-winning Educational Video Center (EVC) documentaries, correspond to chapters in It’s Not About Grit: Trauma, Inequity, and the Power of Transformative Teaching by
To help teachers make the most of these films, we also provide a grab-bag of teaching ideas, related readings and student activities.
http://www.ted.com In an engaging and personal talk -- with cameo appearances from his grandmother and Rosa Parks -- human rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson shar...
Bryan Stevenson is a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer, bestselling author, and director of the Equal Justice Initiative.
The National Council of American Indians, Race Forward and other national civil rights and racial justice organizations formally announced our joint opposition to the Washington NFL team locating its
Session 2 of the Putting Racism on the Table: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity learning series, featuring Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, author of "Stamped from th...
Session 3 of the Putting Racism on the Table: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity learning series, White Privilege, featuring Dr. Robin DiAngelo. What does...
The Washington Post. August 4, 2017How President Trump’s speech to police tapped into a history of dehumanizing people of color
Antiracism Center The mission of The Antiracist Research and Policy Center is to produce knowledge for change's sake. We engage in research of racial inequity and discrimination that leads to policy innovation and implementation. We strive to build a world of equal opportunity for all, resting on a foundation of tenacious people who believe an antiracist world is possible.
This is a production by the National History Center in cooperation with the Woodrow Wilson Center’s History and Public Policy Program in Washington D.C. In t...
"Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy: Theory and Practice for a Changing Nation " Dr. Django Paris of Michigan State University questions the theory and practice ...
Following Charlottesville, I can no longer keep track of all of the great lists of race-related resources out there, but far harder to find is a structured way of processing the wealth of informati…
University of Washington professor Dr. Robin DiAngelo reads from her book "White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism," explains...
ResourcesGeneralTen Things You Should Know About White Privilege100 ways to be a white ally11 Step Guide9 Phrases Allies Can Say When Called Out Instead of Getting DefensiveAnti-racism handout 1 page
In part one of this session from Illinois CSI’s 2016-17 series Research Forum, Dr. Anthony Muhammad, author, education consultant talks to school leaders abo...
In part two of this session from Illinois CSI’s 2016-17 series Research Forum, Dr. Anthony Muhammad, author, education consultant talks to school leaders abo...
Culturally Responsive Teaching
A place for conversation and dialogue about education - hosted by Anthony Cody.
Jesse Hagopian's Lesson Plan for Liberation
Jose Luis Vilson is an NYC math teacher, speaker, and activist, and the author of This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education.
EduColor seeks to elevate the voices of public school advocates of color on educational equity and justice. We are an inclusive cooperative of informed, inspired and motivated educators, parents, stud
Hey. Thanks for stopping by my blog. You might have found your way here through a number of possible paths. Maybe you heard about my book, Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain. Or, maybe y
The mission of the Newseum, located in Washington, D.C., is to increase public understanding of the importance of a free press and the First Amendment. Visitors experience the story of news, the role
Want your students to actively engage in addressing inequality? Explore this annotated bibliography of resources for teaching students about social justice.
Words That Wound: Critical Race Theory, Assaultive Speech, and the First Amendment, Mari Matsuda (speech and intellectual inquiry rights within hierarchies of power)
The Zinn Education Project promotes and supports the teaching of people’s history in middle and high school classrooms across the country. Based on the lens of history highlighted in Howard Zinn’s bes
“That’s so gay.” Research shows that slurs like this one are incredibly common in our schools. The crazy part? Most students don’t mean to hurt anyone’s feelings – they’re just using everyday words a
Here's my social justice resources to fire you up and inspire you (as an educator) - podcasts, blog-posts and websites.
Welcome to the Global Oneness Project. We believe that stories play a powerful role in education. Founded in 2006, as an initiative of Kalliopeia Foundation, we are committed to the exploration of cultural, environmental, and social issues. We house a rich library of free multimedia stories comprised of our award-winning films, photo essays, and articles, accompanied by companion curriculum for teachers.
Our K-12 curricula provide an understanding of diverse perspectives, strengthen critical thinking skills, challenge the development of emerging biases and build skills and motivation to take action ag
The News Literacy Project is a national education nonprofit offering nonpartisan, independent programs that teach students how to know what to believe in the digital age.
Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use our mat