Social Justice

Rutgers Launches New Social Justice Prep Program for Future Educators

Summary:  This article reports on a new program offered by the Rutgers Graduate School of Education to help prepare aspiring teachers to to teach diverse groups of students.  Another aspect of this work is to encourage and enable teaches to use culturally responsive materials and resources in the classroom. Source:  Pat Donachie, Education DIVE, October …

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There Has Never Been a Better Time to Teach Social Justice

Summary:  This article presents ideas from two State Teachers of the Year on how to use literature from the NNSTOY’s Social Justice Reading List.  With current events as they are, it is a great time to teach social justice! Source:  Lee-Ann Stephens and Katherine Bassett, Education Week, August 21, 2017 Categories:  Restorative Practices, Social Justice, …

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Social Justice Reading List as a Resource for Teachers

Summary:  The National Network of State Teachers of the Year (NNSTOY) has created a list of resources called the “Social Justice Book List.”  This list is available to teachers as a aide to starting conversations and search for solutions in response to the recent social unrest in our country. Source:  Laura Beth Ellis, NNSTOY, August …

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