A high school social studies teacher centers Standing Rock Sioux history and leadership in a unit on resistance to DAPL.
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Students analyze cartoons from Popeye to Brave to see how media teaches children white- and male-supremacist ideas.
A middle school teacher describes the trauma experienced by his students over the year and struggles to create meaningful hope rather than slogans.
Using the experience of high school exit testing in New Jersey as an example, Stan Karp analyzes the gross negative impact of these high-stakes tests on students and schools.
There’s a lot more inside this issue . . .
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