Teaching Tolerance Magazine

Issue 26, Fall 2004

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Building Community in our Schools

Five years after their community became the setting for a national storyline, the people of Columbine High School reflect in the Fall 2004 issue of Teaching Tolerance.

An educator looks back at trying to lesson plan after a tragedy. A student redefines Columbine as a symbol of perseverance. And a principal still struggles to find answers.

These harrowing stories frame a special section on building inclusive communities in schools, where all can feel welcome and safe.

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Features

Break the Silence

Gay and straight students in Massachusetts team up to make a difference.

Departments

Perspectives

Starting With Community

Teaching Tolerance interim director Jennifer Holladay reflects on the birth of her daughter and the community she will grow up in.
One World

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