It is a critical time for a student in their primary and secondary levels of schooling to develop an interest in and a habit of taking the initiative to read. […]
By Dr. Giani Clarkson In 1842, Sir John Herschel introduced the concept of the blueprint to the field of architecture. It was a way for people across the globe to […]
By Brianna Patt With Black trans youth more likely to experience anxiety, depression or to seriously consider attempting suicide, the continued repression of trans rights in the school system is […]
Nonprofit organization PEN America, which identifies its directive as to “raise awareness for the protection of free expression” in the United States and worldwide, has released its list of banned […]
Community and nonprofit resources in Dallas are providing a fuller perspective on specialized subjects to students, with the African-American Museum, STEM Center of Excellence at Camp Whispering Cedars, and Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center providing a more immersive and narrative experience.
Pastor Brandon Enoch Bey has been highlighting Black history in his children’s school curriculum, while the OSSE has been providing teachers with professional development and curricular material to help students think critically about the past and evaluate information they find online.
Being Black in America is hazardous to your health, and structural racism systematically exposes Black people to health-harming conditions, which can be addressed through racial healing and policy changes.
Originally appeared in Word in Black By Maya Pottiger From “Pete the Cat” to “The Poet X,” these are the top books Black teachers are requesting at every grade level. […]
Detractors of critical race theory have pushed for the inclusion of alternate courses, such as those provided by institutions like PragerU. With these courses offering a heavily skewed perspective of […]
By Liz Courquet-Lesaulnier Originally appeared in Word in Black Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Georgia election workers Shaye Moss and Ruby Freeman are “steering this nation to safety.” […]