Learning for Justice receives an alarming number of reports about hate and bias incidents in schools. In response, we created a package of our most-requested school climate materials. The package contains tools, protocols and practical advice for making your school more open and welcoming to all students. Like all of our materials, these resources are FREE to download, print and use in your school. Each has an on-demand professional development webinar.
Responding to Hate and Bias at School
Does your school have established protocols and plans in the event of bigotry- or hate-related incidents?
Find suggestions for preventing and navigating a hate-related crisis in our guide. It is designed primarily for school administrators, but teachers, staff, counselors, students and others also may find guidance here.
Speak Up at School
What should you do when someone—a student, a colleague, even a parent—uses biased language or stereotypes in school? This guide offers advice to adults about how to respond in these situations, and it gives guidance for helping students learn to speak up as well.
Let’s Talk! Facilitating Critical Conversations With Students
This resource helps K–12 educators lay the groundwork for conversations (on their own and with students), and it outlines classroom-ready strategies educators can use with students before, during and after critical conversations.