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In the Wake of Charlottesville

Resources  to address and engage in dialogue about racism, hate, and bias.

In the wake of the recent events in Charlottesville, NEA’s Centers for Communications and Social Justice have pulled together a variety of resources for educators, parents, and students at NEA.org/Charlottesville. We encourage you to read and share these resources with your colleagues and partners as we work to foster safe spaces and move towards justice in education.

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Why Students and Researchers Say Conversations on Race Should Begin with Humility

Teachers are taking it upon themselves to prepare for a tough dialogue on race, violence and equity this school year.
- From EdSurge

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Resources Addressing Hate & Harassment in Schools

Learning First Alliance has some useful tips and resources to assist educators in prevention, intervention and helping every child feel safe.

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Data and other Resources  

Whether you need collective concrete data, or what's new at the state and national levels, these are the pages to consult. From here you can find:


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