Beyond Conversations About Race
A Guide for Discussions With Students, Teachers, and Communities
Beyond conversations about race: A guide for discussions with students, teachers, and communities invites F–12 teachers and leaders into a respectful dialogue about race that advocates school-changing action. Washington Collado, Sharroky Hollie, Rosa Isiah, Yvette Jackson, Anthony Muhammad, Douglas Reeves and Kenneth C Williams directly address challenging topics such as bias, discomfort, violence, advocacy and responsibility and offer an array of scenarios and discussions for schools and classrooms. The authors call on their lived experiences and their work with tens of thousands of educators, leaders and students to help all of us do better in our schools and communities.
- recognise the presence of systemic racism in schools and understand why racism can be an uncomfortable topic for many
- learn how to advocate for underserved communities
- resist racial stereotypes and promote equity in the classroom
- take appropriate action based on challenging conversations
- develop anti-racist classrooms, schools and districts and promote positive learning experiences for marginalised students.
|Publish date||2022-07-28 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Professional development, Cross-Curricular|