Students at a southeastern Colorado high school spend several days learning about the Sand Creek Massacre because of a unique agreement with an Oklahoma tribe.
Denver district relinquishes “Know Justice, Know Peace” podcast trademark, asks lawsuit be dismissed
If the lawsuit is dismissed, it will end a high-profile dispute that earned Denver Public Schools significant criticism.
Healing Through Justice, a partnership between Communities United and Lurie Children’s Hospital, uses activism to heal trauma and will now be able to help 3,000 more young people.
Black trauma doesn’t have to be channeled into some inspiring lesson.
Video from a meeting between students and district staff reveals tensions in the dispute over the podcast trademark, which is now the subject of a lawsuit.
Four Black students allege that Denver Public Schools unlawfully tried to trademark the name of their Know Justice, Know Peace podcast.
New Jersey’s Black, Latinx students face shrinking access to school mental health staff, report says
The report’s author suggests a long-term funding solution is needed as federal COVID relief funds offer only a short-term remedy.
Students used to a relatively easy trip from the University City Townhomes to school may find their routines disrupted.
Boulder schools punish Black and Latino students at disproportionately higher rates. Parents want more accountability.
Latino students at BVSD are about 3.5 times more likely to be suspended than white students. The district and parents disagree on how to address the longstanding problem.
Las escuelas de Boulder castigan a los estudiantes negros y latinos en tasas más altas. Los padres piden que el distrito acepte la responsabilidad.
5 veces más probable que a los estudiantes latinos en BVSD los suspendan, en comparación con los estudiantes blancos, según muestra un análisis del Boulder Reporting Lab de datos del distrito.
Chicago student films tell stories about pandemic life, racial justice. It ‘rewrites our narrative.’
As part of a Chicago Public Schools film project, in partnership with other groups, students at four high schools seek to elevate the voices of young people.
‘Age-appropriate’ books, history, and CRT: What you need to know about the Tennessee curriculum debate
Here is everything you need to know about how critical race theory has shaped the Tennessee curriculum debate up to this point — and what may be on the horizon.
Katharine Davis faces big challenges related to Black students’ concerns at the second-oldest public high school in the U.S.
Decision to make students learn remotely comes after walkout over discipline, Black teacher departures
House Bill 1134 restricts teaching three ideas that Indiana lawmakers describe as “divisive,” a limit that has drawn overwhelming public criticism.
Gov. Lee wants more scrutiny of school libraries, but others say the push is unnecessary and politically motivated.
Chalkbeat is tracking efforts to restrict teaching about race and bias in schools, as well as efforts to expand it, on this map of critical race theory legislation.
Librarians are pushing back, calling the proposal unnecessary and unconstitutional.
Our class traveled to Alabama and Georgia to learn about the struggle for civil rights. They made powerful connections to the present day.
As we reflect on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday and Day of Service, some of you shared your thoughts on King’s early perspective on education and if education in 2022 is fulfilling its purpose.
A proposed Texas charter school promised to be antiracist. Then it got caught up in the critical race theory fight.
Texas claimed that simply quoting Ibram X. Kendi violated the law.
Not getting into it: How critical race theory laws are cutting short classroom conversations about racism
New laws are influencing the small but pivotal decisions educators make every day.
Some students said they have endured racial slurs from other students, while others alleged being targeted by some teachers who have kicked them out of class or called security on them.
I work to create lessons that allow students to be seen and understood in a way that I never was.
Educators have found themselves in the role of legal analyst, discussion leader, and counselor.
Friday’s verdict had me thinking of three other 17-year-olds: Kalief Browder, Trayvon Martin, and Chrystul Kizer.
Tennessee nails down rules for disciplining teachers, withholding money from schools that teach banned concepts about racism
Financial penalties for districts, particularly larger ones, could be higher than under the draft rules.
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