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What do you choose over incarceration? Fill in the blanks at http://schoolsnotprisons.vote  #SchoolsNotPrisons  May be a good interactive activity for new students.

What do you choose over incarceration? Fill in the blanks at http://schoolsnotprisons.vote #SchoolsNotPrisons May be a good interactive activity for new students.

Election Day 2016: Teaching Ideas for Before and After the Votes Are Tallied - The New York Times

Election Day 2016: Teaching Ideas for Before and After the Votes Are Tallied

Here are some ideas for helping your students understand what to pay attention to now and on election night — and an invitation to share your own ideas.

It's National Voter Registration Day! Make sure your students are registered to vote! via The Young and the Registered | Teaching Tolerance

It's National Voter Registration Day! Make sure your students are registered to vote! via The Young and the Registered

The presence of police in schools has escalated dramatically in the last several…

Save the Date: National Week of Action on School Pushout October 2016

Teaching 'The New Jim Crow' | Teaching Tolerance

A teacher’s guide for The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, a groundbreaking book by Michelle Alexander.

Boston Student Advisory Council president Glorya Wornum, left, and BSAC member Ayomide Olumuyiwa show off the Boston Student Rights app in the hallway of Madison Park Technical Vocational High School. (Peter Balonon-Rosen/WBUR)

Boston Student Advisory Council president Glorya Wornum, left, and BSAC member Ayomide Olumuyiwa show off the Boston Student Rights app in the hallway of Madison Park Technical Vocational High School.

In this photo provided by Bryan Beaubrun, Martese Johnson is held down by an officer Wednesday, March 18, 2015, in Charlottesville, Va. Court records show that Johnson was charged with obstruction of justice without force and public swearing or intoxication. The Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is calling for an investigation into the arrest of the student. (AP Photo/Bryan Beaubrun)

The bloody arrest of University of Virginia student Martese Johnson all started when an employee for a local bar approached him on a sidewalk, Johnson's attorney, Daniel Watkins, said in a press conference Thursday. Watkins said his client was nev.

Black teachers: Fighting racism in the age of Trump - Sensitivities and cultural competency offer new ways of seeing for white students "All students, especially white students, need critically minded teachers of color." via Hechinger Report

Black teachers: Fighting racism in the age of Trump - Sensitivities and cultural competency offer new ways of seeing for white students "All students, especially white students, need critically minded teachers of color." via Hechinger Report

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