Teaching Diversity

Choosing A School for Kids of Color: 5 Things To Consider

I realize that, in choosing a school for kids of color, some families don’t have much of a choice. Geography, jobs, finances, and other family circumstances can all influence where our children spend their school days. However, if you do have some choices, there are several things you might want to consider. Even with limited […]

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4 Spectacular New Children’s Books Written by Black Authors

Black Authors in Literature are Important The Black community currently faces a huge problem. This problem is only growing worse during the pandemic: Low literacy rates, high dropout rates, and most books in curriculum and schools written by non-Black authors. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a sector of the U.S. Department

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FEAST! Picture Books About Food and Friends Across Culture

Here’s a list of new and recent picture books that celebrate food and culture. They all highlight people coming together to share delicious dishes and joy-filled cooking adventures. The list includes a book about a new family and how the children experience the different foods of each of their two sets of grandparents. It also

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“I See You”: A Response to Anti-Critical Race Theory

Critical Race Theory has brought some heated discussions these days. It is important that we know what it is. But it’s also important that we know how to respond to, and deal with, ideas that might be uncomfortable or difficult for those in the room. We are so grateful that Homa Sabet Tavangar is sharing

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