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Teaching Hard History Cohorts
Engage with the Learning for Justice Teaching Hard History: American Slavery framework and learn how to use it to enrich your lessons on American enslavement, build students’ civic engagement and critical thinking, and deepen their mindsets around inclusion and empathy.
Use our guides to conduct your own professional development sessions. Based on our most popular resources, these guides provide protocols, worksheets, presenter slides—everything you need to lead an engaging training for your fellow educators.
Dig deeper into topics that matter to you and your students. These engaging articles and in-depth modules will help you learn more about school climate, instruction, classroom culture, family and community engagement, and teacher leadership, all at your own pace.
Learning for Justice webinars offer helpful guidance and great ideas from our experienced teaching and learning specialists and from innovative educators in the Learning for Justice community. Watch these on-demand webinars at your own pace and share them with colleagues!
Deepen your knowledge and improve your practice with Learning for Justice podcasts. Each episode explores an aspect of a Learning for Justice topic or framework and is produced with educators in mind. Use your commute, workout or meal-prep time to catch up on the latest thinking and scholarship that matter to you and your students.