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Fighting Hate at Schools

For more than a year, TT has been tracking media reports of hate incidents in schools across the country. One thing we've discovered: Only a fraction of the incidents that happen actually make it into the news. This edition of The Moment includes a link to our educator survey so you can help us compile a more complete picture of how hate shows up at school. You'll also find our November Hate at Schools report, along with our guide Responding to Hate and Bias.


Hate at School Report

We surveyed thousands of educators and the picture that emerges is the opposite of what schools should be. Our report details the scope of the problem and what you can do to help.
April 16, 2019

The Hierarchy of Hate in School

Whether looking at news media reports or reading educator stories, it’s clear that hate and bias are national, not regional, issues. We saw both media and educator reports from all 50 states and Washington, D.C., in 2018
April 23, 2019
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The Reality of Hate at School

Today, we release our report on hate and bias in U.S. schools. Learn more about how divisive and harmful behavior affects students and educators across the nation, review best practices for creating and supporting an inclusive school climate, and find out what non-educators can do to advocate for schools where all students can thrive.


Special Report: Hate at School

Teaching Tolerance and the SPLC have released a new report on hate and bias in U.S. schools. The findings are grim, but schools, communities and elected officials can work together to change that.
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