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Teaching After the Election

_mg_4432Students are feeling and sharing strong emotions as they process the outcome of the presidential election. Teachers are hearing from students excited about Trump’s win and from those who are upset or scared for themselves, their families, or their friends.

Educators often take on the responsibility of fostering tolerance and acceptance of differences among students and making sure every child feels safe. Read more

Lessons and Resources for Black History Month

How will you celebrate Black History Month at your school? Here are some lesson plans and resources compiled by Phil Nast for NEA to help you integrate Black History Month into your classroom.