For Educators

For Educators

Teaching for Social Justice

We believe that through the deliberate practice of teaching for social justice students will learn the skills and engage with the information needed to create a better society. Throughout our educator resources, teaching for social justice is reflected in the following ways:

  • Sources that reflect multiple perspectives, with emphasis on the voices of those traditionally overlooked of purposefully disregarded
  • Development of critical literacy skills
  • Connections between past and current events
  • Student empowerment to generate change outside of the classroom

Get in Touch

Amy Bottomley, Director of Educational Initiatives

Educator Open House and Social

Tuesday, October 3 from 4 p.m.-6 p.m.

Featured Resources

Educator Resources

Browse our database of resources designed to support anyone who wants to teach for social justice. Learn more→

The Art and Life of Nellie Mae Rowe

Explore this classroom resource. Learn more→

Teaching Tough History: An Interview with Carole Boston Weatherford

Watch the interview and explore classroom resources. Learn more→