Read about dating abuse and the many ways teachers can help students avoid—or get out of—destructive relationships. The Spring issue also offers articles on creating healthy sports rivalries, encouraging young activists and dispelling stereotypes about low-income students.
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Almost one-third of teen relationships involve abuse. Help students learn to avoid—or break free from—unhealthy entanglements.
Out of Bounds
Sports rivalries can energize school spirit. But keeping events respectful takes a dynamic blend of foresight, leadership and buy-in from the community.
‘Give Bigotry No Sanction’
Facing History and Ourselves offers lessons that illustrate the freedom our Founders envisioned.
Civil Rights Road Trip
By tracing the footsteps of those who fought for civil rights, you may begin to think about how you can use your own voice to make positive changes.
Weighing In - Healthy at Any Size?
As the number of obese and overweight children grows, so does size bias.
From Awareness to Action
Young people make great political activists. How can you get them involved in fighting for issues that matter?
Teaching About Identity in Spanish Class
Spanish classes are the perfect place to help students develop cultural competence.
Schools in Maryland and Connecticut are rethinking suspension policies and practices.
Defining Moments \ di-'fī-ning 'mō-mnts \
n. pl. Children’s dictionaries have the power to shape how kids see the world. Be sure yours promotes tolerance.