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TNTP Re-imagine Teaching

The Case For Community Engagement

Today, we’re sharing a set of resources for fostering authentic community engagement.

Kenya Bradshaw

Standing by Students on the DACA Renewal Deadline

Today marks the last day those eligible can submit their DACA renewal applications.

Dan Weisberg

10 Ways to Teach Black History All Year Round

Our favorite tips, lesson plans, and teaching tools for giving students rich exposure to black history throughout the school year—and not just in February.

Editorial Staff

Immigration Resources For Educators

New policies targeting undocumented immigrants affect many of the school communities we work with, so we’ve compiled a set of resources to support educators in keeping kids safe.

Dan Weisberg

Why Media Literacy Education Matters in the Era of Fake News

A media literacy teacher shares advice on how to stay informed in the era of “fake news," and argues that media literacy must be valued and taught right alongside the traditional reading, writing, and listening standards.

Emily Bonilla

Election Day Conversations in the Classroom

Election Day is almost here and conversations will be taking place in classrooms about how electoral politics work, issues Americans are currently voting on, and more. Here are resources to help teachers make the most out of this teachable moment.

Resources for Difficult Conversations in the Classroom

The recent events in Staten Island and Ferguson present educators with complex topics to navigate in the classroom. As educators try to answer their students' questions and engage in productive discussions, here are some resources we've come across that can help.

Talking About Ferguson in the Classroom

As the nation heads back to school, many teachers will be talking with their students about the death of Michael Brown and about issues of racism, violence and injustice. Today we're sharing a resource from District of Columbia Public Schools, aimed at supporting teachers in those tough but critically important conversations.

Tim Daly