Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series featured speaker Afrika Afeni Mills highlights how characters on screen and paper broadened her perspective.
Culture & School Improvement
Developing Justice-Oriented Readers
Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series featured speaker Allison Briceño breaks down ways teachers can use justice questions to develop justice-oriented readers.
Developing Empathetic Thinking
Author and consultant Gravity Goldberg shares four ways you can work on developing your own empathetic thinking and also support this in students.
Open Windows, Open Minds: Let’s Not Close the Pools Again
Every educator in the United States must be prepared to engage in their own racial healing work and face challenges without fear, for the lives of their students.
Setting up the Classroom Library for Optimizing Student Choice and Engagement
The classroom library can become the heart of the classroom. Here are a few tips to optimize your students’ engagement and ease in choosing books.
Lead for Literacy: Your Moment is Now
A sneak peek into Irene Fountas & Gay Su Pinnell’s new professional book, Leading for Literacy; What Every School Leader Needs to Know.