Resources for Educators, Parents & Families

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Free Online Course on Bullying

Building Ally Behaviors is a free online course that helps students learn to act as allies and also provides practical tips for educators to create a safe and inclusive school climate.

A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute

Educational Programs & Training

ADL’s Education Department provides educational programs, training and resources for grades PreK-12 and college/university settings.

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Educational Programs & Training
Anti-Bias Tools and Strategies

Anti-Bias Tools and Strategies

Tips, tools, strategies and discussion guides for K-12 educators and students in order to promote anti-bias and culturally responsive learning environments.

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Anti-Bias Tools and Strategies
Books Matter: Children's Literature

Books Matter: Children's Literature

The Best Kid Lit on Bias, Diversity & Social Justice. When books contain experiences and characters to which children can relate, they foster children’s positive self-concept and respect for diversity.

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Books Matter: Children's Literature
Lesson Plans

Lesson Plans

Our K-12 curricula provide an understanding of diverse perspectives and challenge the development of emerging biases.

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Lesson Plans
Table Talk

Table Talk: Family Conversations

Provides parents and family members with the tools they need to engage their families in conversations about important news stories and other timely discussions about societal and world events.

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Table Talk: Family Conversations
Rosalind's Classroom Conversations

Rosalind's Classroom Conversations

Articles and resources on bullying, current events and the social and emotional development of children.

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Rosalind's Classroom Conversations
Question Corner FAQs

Question Corner: FAQ for Early Childhood Providers

A collection of answers to frequently asked questions about anti-bias issues faced by early childhood professionals and family members interested in promoting respect for diversity among young children.

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Question Corner: FAQ for Early Childhood Providers