What We're Reading this Week

ADL Education recommends articles and blogs that highlight stories about anti-bias, social justice and general education

  • For Educators
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  • “Educators across the country are catching on to the fact that we all need to be conscious of race and equity as we do our jobs.” Race and Equity: Conversations We Can't Ignore (Education Week)
  • “For children who walk through every day feeling as if the entire world is made in a way that does not honor who they are, these changes can make it feel as if they have finally walked into a space where they are safe and included and accepted.” Someone, Somewhere...(Crawling out of the Classroom)
  • “Instead of ‘appearing neutral’ (a species of mild dishonesty, after all), let’s admit our biases openly.” Should Teachers Share Their Political Views With Students? (Huffington Post)
  • “A small number of U.S. school systems are preparing for the first day of school on both their public campuses and in new classrooms set up at nearby federal youth migrant shelters.” Schools grapple with obligations to migrants in shelters (PBS News Hour)
  • “Effective principals are more likely to give teachers a voice, develop a positive school culture, and provide the support structure teachers need in challenging school situations.” Principals, support programs key to retaining black teachers (Education Dive)
  • “Some of my most memorable moments in the classroom have been inside of a circle, and they are always treasured moments of community and communication.” Using Circle Practice in the Classroom (Edutopia)

August 13, 2018