Empowering Students, Challenging Bias

A Middle School Curriculum
  • For Educators
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About the Curriculum

Empowering Students, Challenging Bias is a curriculum for middle school (grades 6-8) educators who want to promote anti-bias concepts in order to create safe, respectful and equitable classroom and school environments.

The curriculum is organized into five instructional units with 30 lessons in total. The curriculum includes lessons that encourage students to reflect on their identity, understand and appreciate differences, explore societal issues arising from bias and discrimination, understand how people have historically confronted bias and injustice and take leadership roles in promoting justice and equity in their schools, community and society. The curriculum includes a bibliography, glossary and professional resources for educators.

How to Get the Curriculum

Empowering Students, Challenging Bias is available in conjunction with the ADL's A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute anti-bias training that provides a framework for its use in the classroom.

Contact your ADL regional representative to schedule a half-day or full-day workshop and to learn more about this ADL professional development and the curriculum.

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