As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, educators across the nation will teach about King’s life and works. Countless others will echo his famous quotes. Few will offer a full picture of who King truly was—or of the collectivist movement that surrounded him. These resources can help you offer a fuller account of King, his peers and the ongoing legacy of their shared dreams and actions.
When Bad Things Are Happening
From the synagogue hostage crisis in Texas to violence in a New York train station to natural disasters, there’s a lot of bad news right now. We hope this helps you support students.
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Supporting Students Through Coronavirus
Explore and use these resources to support student well-being and learning during school closures, and we will keep this page updated as we publish new pieces.