The NEA Ed Justice team catches up with Stephanie Tellez two years after her participation in NEA’s Minority and Women’s Leadership Training Program.
Don’t ever allow yourself to be silenced because when you allow that to happen, you’ll see it translated into the attitudes of your students.
Our Social Justice Activist Award nominees share their advice for getting involved in activism.
Mass incarceration and the school-to-prison pipeline have sparked a national conversation on prison reform, but until now, few Asian-American voices have been part of the discussion. Eddy Zheng is working to change that.
“This center is for our students; it’s a reminder of the power our community holds when we set out to make our world a better place.”
“Educators are powerful when we bring the world into our classroom, deconstruct ignorance and hate, and cultivate compassion”: San Francisco teacher Fakhra Shah.
The 2016 Activist of the Year Nominations Kick-Off
Young activist cites research that shows Native American mascots are detrimental to the mental health and development of Native American youth.
For the bullied student, the issues are the same wherever I’ve been. Who can I trust? Who will hear me? And who will help me?
Educators sound off about what they want to here during upcoming GOP presidential debate