Teacher Essays

  • January 31, 2017

ADL wants to include educator voices on our website!

You are on the front lines of bringing anti-bias concepts to the next generation and have an important story to tell. There is nothing like hearing directly from teachers about how they are teaching about bias, bullying, diversity and social justice. That’s why we are seeking monthly essays written by educators to be featured on our website. 

Here are the details:

  • We will let you know if we are interested in publishing the piece. If we are, you will sign a letter of agreement and we will begin the editing process.
  • The essay will appear on ADL’s website (in the Education section) and will include your name and school.
  • The essay should focus on one of the following areas: (1) an approach, strategy, or classroom practice that addresses some aspect of anti-bias or bullying prevention education, (2) how your work is impacting young people directly, what they are saying and learning, (3) an activity you did and what happened, (4) advice or tips on bringing anti-bias concepts into the classroom, what things to do and what to look out for or (5) a personal reflection on how teaching about diversity and bias has impacted you and/or your students.
  • As a token of our appreciation, you will receive a copy of an ADL anti-bias elementary, middle or high school curriculum.


For more information, send an email to educationcurriculum@adl.org.



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