- Building Racial Justice and Equity
Access free resources to help you as we collectively do the work to dismantle racism at every level—individual, institutional, structural—and educate ourselves to do and be better.
- Webinar: The Innocent Classroom
Alexs Pate, creator of the Innocent Classroom and author of The Innocent Classroom, will help educators understand key Innocent Classroom concepts and how to apply those concepts to undermine racial bias in their classrooms and schools.
- Culture, Class, and Race: Constructive Conversations That Unite and Energize Your School and Community
Authors Brenda CampbellJones, Shannon Keeny, and Franklin CampbellJones, experts in research and equitable practices, guide you through a meaningful framework for thinking about, preparing for, and having critical conversations about emotionally charged subjects, including race, class, and culture.
- The Innocent Classroom: Dismantling Racial Bias to Support Students of Color
Readers will embark on a relationship "construction project," in which they will deepen their understanding of how children of color are burdened with guilt; discover students' "good," or the motivation behind their behaviors, and develop strategic responses to that good; and nurture, protect, and advocate for students' innocence.
- Cultural Competence Now: 56 Exercises to Help Educators Understand and Challenge Bias, Racism, and Privilege
Cultural Competence Now provides a structure to begin meaningful conversations about race, culture, bias, privilege, and power within the time constraints of an ordinary school. The 56 exercises include activities, discussions, and readings in which to engage during each of the four quarters of the school year.
- Becoming the Educator They Need: Strategies, Mindsets, and Beliefs for Supporting Male Black and Latino Students
Former professional athlete turned educator Robert Jackson reminds teachers and administrators that although "a great majority of all the stories in the news about Black and Latino males are negative," these young men need you to work through any biases you may have and internalize and employ the core beliefs and mindsets necessary to best serve your Black and Latino male students.
- Excellence Through Equity: Five Principles of Courageous Leadership to Guide Achievement for Every Student
Blankstein and Noguera frame the book with five guiding principles of Courageous Leadership along with an inspiring look at how real-world educators are creating schools where all students are able to thrive.