Today we are thrilled to reveal the cover for Revolution in Our Time: The Black Panther Party’s Promise to the People by Kekla Magoon. The book was designed by Matt Roeser. The book will be released on September 28, 2021, by Candlewick Press. Take a look at the Revolution in Our Time website and … [Read more...] about Cover Reveal for Revolution in Our Time by Kekla Magoon
By Sarah Prager LGBTQ+ history education is absolutely vital for LGBTQ+ and non-LGBTQ+ K-12 students alike to understand our community’s undeniable contributions to society. From Alan Turing’s invention of the computer to Glenn Burke’s invention of the high five, there is no field or culture … [Read more...] about Why Every State Should Require LGBTQ+ History Be Taught in Public K-12 Schools
By Anneke Forzani As communities in the US become more diverse, there is also a growing need for more Culturally Responsive Teaching in our schools. What is Culturally Responsive Teaching, and how does it enhance the educational experience of all students? What is Culturally Responsive … [Read more...] about Building Bridges to Culturally Responsive Teaching
By Cheryl Kim What is project-based learning? At the start of this unprecedented season of shelter-in-place, many parents found themselves having to become teachers overnight. Although there is an abundance of online resources, the amount of information being shared can be daunting. For parents … [Read more...] about Too Many Home Learning Resources? Start Here.
By Dr. Regina A. Bernard Families all across the country have recently found themselves thrown into a world of homeschooling without a guidebook, manual, or without pause. A few years ago, I experienced this after a series of unfortunate events with traditional public schooling in our city. That … [Read more...] about How to Engage Children in Accessible At-Home Learning
By Gholdy Muhammad Over the past seven years, I have been deeply involved in studying archival documents of the 19th century that chronicled literacy development among Black Americans. I engaged in archeological digs through hundreds of historical documents and literary artifacts, such as … [Read more...] about How to Move Beyond the Common Core and Connect Historical Excellence to Your Classroom