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Rethinking Sexism, Gender, and Sexuality is a collection of inspiring stories about how to integrate feminist and LGBTQ content into curriculum, make it part of a vision for social justice, and create classrooms and schools that nurture all children and their families.

Volume 30 No.2 - Winter 2015-16

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We Begin to Know Each Other

By Maiya Jackson
An administrator describes the journey of her K–8 school as it welcomes a transgender 8th grader and the gender transition of another student.

Nos empezamos a conocer unos a otros

Por Maiya Jackson, Traducido por Luis Castro
Una directora escolar describe el proceso que transcurrió su escuela primaria al darle la bienvenida a una nueva estudiante transgénero de octavo grado y a otro estudiante que estaba haciendo una transición de género.

Elbow Is Not a Sexy Word
Approaches to sex education

By Jody Sokolower
A 9th-grade teacher lays groundwork for sex education that is sex-positive and inclusive.

Codo no es una palabra sexy
Planteamientos sobre la educación sexual

Por Jody Sokolower, Traducido por Nicholas Yurchenco
Una maestra de noveno grado explica cómo desarrollar un currículo de educación sexual que sea positivo e inclusivo.
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Activism Is Good Teaching
Reclaiming the profession

By Katherine Crawford-Garrett, Michelle Perez, Rebecca M. Sánchez, Amanda Short, and Kersti Tyson
Two elementary school teachers in Albuquerque resist the proliferation of harmful standardized tests. They see it as a professional responsibility.

There’s a lot more inside this issue . . .

Nota a nuestros lectores: En cada edición, hay artículos disponibles tanto en español como en inglés. Si está interesado en integrarse a esta labor de traducción, por favor comuníquese con Andreina Velasco (konsonantedu@gmail.com).

Note to our readers: In every issue of the magazine, there are articles available in Spanish as well as English. If you are interested in joining this translation effort, please contact Andreina Velasco (konsonantedu@gmail.com)

Founded in 1986 by activist teachers, Rethinking Schools is a nonprofit, independent publisher of educational materials.

We advocate the reform of elementary and secondary education, with a strong emphasis on issues of equity and social justice.