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  • An XQ Toolkit That Makes High School Transformation Possible in Every Community

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    An XQ Toolkit That Makes High School Transformation Possible in Every Community

    We believe high school transformation is necessary and possible. And, we know, there’s no one way to do it.

  • 5 Ways to Support Student Healing

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    5 Ways to Support Student Healing

    In light of traumatic events, how can we help our students? Here are 5 resources to support student healing.

  • #Artivism: The Power of Art in Raising Student Activists

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    #Artivism: The Power of Art in Raising Student Activists

    Creativity and imagination are central to lifelong learning. Learn more about how cultivating imagination can empower students to create a better future.

  • 5 Ways to Bring Art + Activism to the Classroom

    High School Redesign

    5 Ways to Bring Art + Activism to the Classroom

    Since art is so important—how can we empower students through art? Here are 5 resources for you to use to empower your students.

  • How This STEM Teacher Keeps Her Students Engaged with Project and Place-Based Learning

    High School Redesign

    How This STEM Teacher Keeps Her Students Engaged with Project and Place-Based Learning

    Remote school has challenged how we create meaningful learning experiences for our students. XQ schools are using place-based and project-based learning to increase student engagement in meaningful ways.

  • 5 Ways to Teach Black History Year-Round

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    5 Ways to Teach Black History Year-Round

    How do we include Black history in our curriculum year-round? Here are 5 resources for you to use in your classroom.

  • A Holistic Approach to Teaching Black History Year-Round

    High School & Society

    A Holistic Approach to Teaching Black History Year-Round

    Black history needs to be taught year-round and holistically. We spoke to educators across the country about the importance of representation in the curriculum.

  • Diversity Starts with Teachers: Creating a Community to Keep Educators of Color in the Classroom

    High School & Society

    Diversity Starts with Teachers: Creating a Community to Keep Educators of Color in the Classroom

    Education Scholar Travis Bristol and BIPOC Teach Plus Fellows discuss the politics involved in education and their reasons for staying in the classroom.

  • 5 Ways to Build Equity at School

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    5 Ways to Build Equity at School

    America’s classrooms are more diverse than ever. Here's 5 resources for you to ensure you're building culturally sustaining school communities.

  • High School Transformation is Necessary and Possible

    High School Redesign

    High School Transformation is Necessary and Possible

    High schools can be the fulcrum for systemic change, but it will require transformation to emerge stronger and more equitable.

  • Belonging and its critical impact on student mental health

    High School Life

    Belonging and its critical impact on student mental health

    As remote learning continues, it’s no secret that mental health is suffering. However, creating a sense of belonging can help students feel more connected.

  • Why Representation Matters to BIPOC Teachers and Their Students

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    Why Representation Matters to BIPOC Teachers and Their Students

    We spoke to education leaders on why representation is important. Here’s their perspective on representation, inclusivity, and why we need to move beyond diversity for diversity’s sake.

  • Submissions from XQ’s #MakeASongChallenge Reveal What Matters Most to Students Today

    High School Life

    Submissions from XQ’s #MakeASongChallenge Reveal What Matters Most to Students Today

    In XQ’s #MakeASongChallenge, students explored the causes they’re passionate about through artivism: a blend of art and activism that promotes positive change.

  • 5 Ways to Inclusively Teach Black History

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    5 Ways to Inclusively Teach Black History

    Black History Month is an opportunity to reflect on the impact Black history has had in shaping the world we live in. Here are 5 resources for you to bring it to life in your classroom.

  • Upbeat Academy: Music Education that Transforms Lives

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    Upbeat Academy: Music Education that Transforms Lives

    All students have the potential to do amazing things. This school gives students the tools they need to unleash creativity through music education and lead them to success.

  • Education Policy 101: What Is Education Policy?

    High School & Society

    Education Policy 101: What Is Education Policy?

    Everyone is an education policymaker; some might just not know it. Dive into the basics with this summary and learn everything from how it works to how you can get involved.

  • 5 Resources for Amplifying Student Voices and Experiences

    High School Life

    5 Resources for Amplifying Student Voices and Experiences

    To rethink high school, we must create space for student voice. Here are 5 resources for you to use in your classroom this week.

  • How to Center Student Voice and Equity Amidst Learning Shifts

    High School Redesign

    How to Center Student Voice and Equity Amidst Learning Shifts

    Need help meeting student needs as you adapt to remote learning and beyond? Here's a place to start.

  • COVID-19, Teen Stress, and How Educators Can Support Stress Management Today

    High School Life

    COVID-19, Teen Stress, and How Educators Can Support Stress Management Today

    Hear from four social workers on the changing mental health landscape for teens, how their work has changed in remote learning, and how we can support our teens better.

  • 5 Resources for Student Wellness and Stress Management

    High School & Society

    5 Resources for Student Wellness and Stress Management

    ISSUE 53 • January 10, 2021 Happy New Year! Students and educators are setting new intentions, resolutions, and goals for 2021. While there’s a ton of excitement and…

  • The Importance of Arts Education and Why the Arts Matter in the Age of COVID-19

    High School & Society

    The Importance of Arts Education and Why the Arts Matter in the Age of COVID-19

    In remote learning, arts education has never been more fragile. Here's how these educators are sparking creativity in their students and learn how you can too.

  • The power of this project-based learning and place-based learning school

    High School Redesign

    The power of this project-based learning and place-based learning school

    At Círculos, project-based, place-based learning isn’t just a catchphrase. It’s reshaped the way students experience school.

  • Lucid Dreaming: Planning for a Better Future in a School Crisis

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    Lucid Dreaming: Planning for a Better Future in a School Crisis

    COVID-19 has disrupted education. Learn how to respond to the moment and transform the future through lucid dreaming.

  • What Are Restorative Justice Circles, and When Can They be Utilized?

    High School Redesign

    What Are Restorative Justice Circles, and When Can They be Utilized?

    Restorative justice circles are a great tool for building relationships and achieving goals. Here's how you can use them in your classroom and beyond.

  • 10 Social Emotional Learning Tips for Educators in Distance Learning

    High School Life

    10 Social Emotional Learning Tips for Educators in Distance Learning

    Remote learning presents many social emotional challenges for students, but teachers are facing similar challenges. Here's how we can support the wellbeing of our teachers.

  • Teen Activists on Elections, Civic Life, and Grassroots Organizing

    High School Life

    Teen Activists on Elections, Civic Life, and Grassroots Organizing

    Between the pandemic, presidential election, and economic downturn—2020 has been a tumultuous year for everyone. But some high school students have taken matters into their own hands: by hitting the campaign trail.

  • 5 Resources To Rethink High School

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    5 Resources To Rethink High School

    We've been creating new resources to help educators, students, and communities #ReThinkHighSchool. Here are 5 of our favorites to jumpstart your week of teaching.

  • Smiling attractive asian woman talking to male colleague at work sharing office desk with desktops, friendly multiracial coworkers interns having pleasant fun conversation at workplace together

    Beyond High School Graduation

    How to Find the Right Career Path in High School

    Finding a career is an intimidating task, especially for high school students. Here's a great place to start when creating your path.

  • Adulting 101: A Few Financial Basics of Adult Life

    Beyond High School Graduation

    Adulting 101: A Few Financial Basics of Adult Life

    Learn how to get your finances in order with these well-explained financial basics.

  • Celebrating Women’s History Month From Home

    High School & Society

    Celebrating Women’s History Month From Home

    Even during a pandemic, we can still honor the women who've paved the way for gender equality. Here's how you can celebrate Women's history this month and every month.

  • Between Empty Class and Corona Education

    High School & Society

    Connecting Individual Actions to Systematic Change: An Interview with Professor Rich Milner

    Education thought leader and Vanderbilt University Professor Rich Milner in conversation with XQ’s Hana Beach.

  • Close up of vegetables; students choosing food in school cafeteria

    High School & Society

    What's Happening to School Meals During COVID-19?

    COVID-19 has changed the way food-insecure students receive meals and support. Here’s how your family can get involved.

  • 5 Resources for College Planning During COVID-19

    Beyond High School Graduation

    5 Resources for College Planning During COVID-19

    As college applications ramp up, this week we’re focusing on college admissions in the time of COVID-19.

  • How to Write a Powerful College Application Essay

    Beyond High School Graduation

    How to Write a Powerful College Application Essay

    A comprehensive guide to writing and conquering the college admissions essay. Pro-tip: remember to be true to yourself.

  • Evolving the Common App: The First Step Toward Anti-Racist College Admissions

    High School & Society

    Evolving the Common App: The First Step Toward Anti-Racist College Admissions

    The Common App is transforming and building a college admissions process that’s equitable for all. Here’s how.

  • These High School Students are Learning Through Filmmaking

    High School Life

    These High School Students are Learning Through Filmmaking

    Amidst remote learning, these students are engaging in deep projects and learning filmmaking along the way. Here's how.

  • Exam at school with student's taking educational admission test in class, thinking hard, writing answer in university classroom, education and world literacy day concept

    High School & Society

    My Journey as a Black Teacher in America

    This former teacher of color shares his experiences before ultimately leaving the profession. His reflection offers insights on the value of equity and empathy that we hope we hope will inspire and inform all educators.

  • 5 Post-Election Resources To Keep Students Civically Engaged

    High School & Society

    5 Post-Election Resources To Keep Students Civically Engaged

    While we hope that your students have been active in this year’s election, civic engagement is essential year-round.

  • At Texas Boys State, the Kids, In Fact, Are Not Alright

    High School & Society

    At Texas Boys State, the Kids, In Fact, Are Not Alright

    As American schools become increasingly economically, racially, and politically segregated, how do we create spaces that bring young people together to find commonalities and build bridges? 

  • Building Equitable Practices in Schools in the Midst of COVID-19

    High School Redesign

    Building Equitable Practices in Schools in the Midst of COVID-19

    Equity in a school building doesn’t just happen, it is purposefully cultivated. Here's how educators across the country are doing just that.

  • This RI School Places Families at the Center of the School "Ensemble"

    High School Redesign

    This RI School Places Families at the Center of the School "Ensemble"

    Supporting students go beyond the four walls of a school, and it requires families and schools working together. Here's how one school is doing just that.

  • School Reopening Resources, Tips, and Examples for Educators

    High School Redesign

    School Reopening Resources, Tips, and Examples for Educators

    Our collection of resources on high school reopenings with equity at the core.

  • Demystifying School Boards: What Do School Boards Do?

    High School & Society

    Demystifying School Boards: What Do School Boards Do?

    Looking for ways to spur high school transformation in your community? Getting involved with your local school board is a great place to start. What is a school board? Schools…

  • Announcing a New Tool to Strengthen Remote and Hybrid Learning

    High School Redesign

    Announcing a New Tool to Strengthen Remote and Hybrid Learning

    A tool to help educators and leaders get a pulse on your reopening plan, identify resources you need, and how to equitably reach your students.

  • What Is Citizenship Education and Why Is it Important?

    High School & Society

    What Is Citizenship Education and Why Is it Important?

    Citizenship education demonstrates how schools play an important role in creating an informed electorate through interdisciplinary and holistic education. It seeks to cut across all subject areas, integrating many skills and competencies that will benefit students throughout their lives as individuals, community members, citizens, and professionals.

  • A Guide on How to Pay for College

    Beyond High School Graduation

    A Guide on How to Pay for College

    If you’re thinking about your future in college, one of your biggest questions is probably: How will I finance my education? Here's how.

  • A Black Man Reflects on Sonia Lowman’s film Black Boys

    High School & Society

    A Black Man Reflects on Sonia Lowman’s film Black Boys

    The film ‘Black Boys’ paints a picture of the racial inequities that affect Black men in our country. Here’s one man’s reflection on the film.

  • 5 Resources for Creating the Future After COVID-19

    High School Redesign

    5 Resources for Creating the Future After COVID-19

    High School after COVID-19 will never look the same. Here's how we can build back better for all students.

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    High School Redesign

    What is STEAM Education?

    STEAM education is an approach to teaching and learning that integrates science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math as pathways to guide student inquiry, discussions, and critical thinking.

  • This High School Is Sharing How to Make Remote Learning Work for Every Student

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    This High School Is Sharing How to Make Remote Learning Work for Every Student

    These school leaders created a model for students to adapt and thrive even during a pandemic. Here’s how.

  • Teachers: It’s Time To Graduate From Diversity And Move Closer To Inclusion And Equity

    High School & Society

    Teachers: It’s Time To Graduate From Diversity And Move Closer To Inclusion And Equity

    Diversity and representation gaps in our schools affect students across the country. How do we create space for BIPOC voices to be heard?

  • This School Is Giving Families Meaningful Options as They Reopen. You Should Too.

    High School Redesign

    This School Is Giving Families Meaningful Options as They Reopen. You Should Too.

    This high school in Brooklyn knows the families they serve. Here’s how they’re working with those families to ensure every student succeeds this fall.

  • Voting and Election Resources for Educators and Students

    High School & Society

    Voting and Election Resources for Educators and Students

    There has never been a more important time for young people to be civically engaged. Here are resources for educators to get students involved.

  • #BlackLivesMatter Murals in Downtown Oakland Bring Hope and Inspiration

    High School & Society

    #BlackLivesMatter Murals in Downtown Oakland Bring Hope and Inspiration

    After the #BlackLivesMatter protests in June, students and artists in Oakland came together to paint murals to bring hope and inspire the town.

  • It’s Time to Start Decolonizing America’s History Textbooks

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    It’s Time to Start Decolonizing America’s History Textbooks

    America’s history is complex, contradictory, confusing, and often quite ugly. However, we choose to teach a simplified, incomplete, and whitewashed version to our young people and throughout higher education. It’s time to change that.

  • What is Project-Based Learning?

    High School Redesign

    What is Project-Based Learning?

    Project-based learning allows students to learn by doing. Here's everything you need to know and how to get started in your classroom.

  • How to Support Teachers’ Needs During Remote Learning

    High School Redesign

    How to Support Teachers’ Needs During Remote Learning

    Remote learning is challenging for more than just students. Here’s how we can support our teachers across the country.

  • XQ+RI’s TAPA Is on a Journey to Create a School that Is High Love and High Rigor

    High School Redesign

    XQ+RI’s TAPA Is on a Journey to Create a School that Is High Love and High Rigor

    This innovative arts high school in Rhode Island puts relationships at the center.

  • Lessons from a Promising Denver High School That Will Not Open

    High School Redesign

    Lessons from a Promising Denver High School That Will Not Open

    Compass Academy, an innovative middle school in southwest Denver, specializes in providing students an engaging, learner-centered curriculum that is proudly Spanish and English bilingual and bi-literate.

  • A Guide for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning

    High School Redesign

    A Guide for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning

    Interdisciplinary learning empowers students to explore different perspectives and views. Here's how you can get started.

  • Advice for College Freshmen: 10 Tips to Prepare for Remote Learning

    Beyond High School Graduation

    Advice for College Freshmen: 10 Tips to Prepare for Remote Learning

    College freshmen in 2020 will undoubtedly experience one of the most unique college beginnings in history. Here are some tips to navigate remote learning.

  • What is Student-Centered Learning and Why is it Important?

    High School Redesign

    What is Student-Centered Learning and Why is it Important?

    Too many students describe high school as boring—but it doesn’t have to be. Here's how we can put students at the center of their education.

  • 5 Resources To Navigate the Hybrid and Remote Learning School Year

    High School Redesign

    5 Resources To Navigate the Hybrid and Remote Learning School Year

    This is a school year like no other with the introduction of hybrid and remote learning. Here are a few resources to help you navigate these uncharted waters.

  • How to Develop Leadership Skills as a Student (Advice From a College Student)

    Beyond High School Graduation

    How to Develop Leadership Skills as a Student (Advice From a College Student)

    Being a student leader is a great way to help prepare for college and career. Here are a few tips to develop those skills in high school.

  • Father helping daughter studying using laptop at home

    High School Redesign

    10 Tips from Parents to Support Your Teen’s Remote Learning

    Remote learning is challenging for many students. Here are tips from parents across the country on how to best support students.

  • Rhode Island Students Share Powerful Learnings on Educational Justice and the Future of Learning

    High School Redesign

    Rhode Island Students Share Powerful Learnings on Educational Justice and the Future of Learning

    Students from across Rhode Island came together to rethink high school. Here's what they learned about educational equity and the future of our schools.

  • 100 years later – the complicated legacy of the 19th Amendment

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    100 years later – the complicated legacy of the 19th Amendment

    It's been over 100 years since the 19th amendment was passed, which gives women the right to vote. What's changed between now and then?

  • 100 years later – the complicated legacy of the 19th Amendment

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    100 years later – the complicated legacy of the 19th Amendment

    It's been over 100 years since the 19th amendment was passed, which gives women the right to vote. What's changed between now and then?

  • These High School Students Had Paid Internships This Summer. Here’s How.

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    These High School Students Had Paid Internships This Summer. Here’s How.

    Did you know that you can get a paid internship in high school? These two students engaged in real-world projects with industry partners. Learn how.

  • The Importance of Civics Education in this National Moment

    High School & Society

    The Importance of Civics Education in this National Moment

    It is more important than ever for young people to play a role in elections. In this environment, civics education is more important than ever. Here's why.

  • The Relationship Between Parental and Family Involvement and Student Success

    High School & Society

    The Relationship Between Parental and Family Involvement and Student Success

    Research shows when families take a role in a students education, it sets them up for success. Learn how you can play your part.

  • What Will School Meals Look Like With School Re-openings and COVID-19

    High School & Society

    What Will School Meals Look Like With School Re-openings and COVID-19

    The outbreak of COVID-19 has placed additional pressure on school meal programs. And now, students across the country cannot get the food they need.

  • 5 Resources for Reopening A More Equitable Education System

    High School Redesign

    5 Resources for Reopening A More Equitable Education System

    As the country collectively wrestles with a “back to school season” like no other, we hope these resources will help you to stay focused on what matters most for students.

  • How to Find Internships in High School (Advice From a College Intern)

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    How to Find Internships in High School (Advice From a College Intern)

    The internship search doesn’t have to be intimidating. To help, we’re going to break down everything from networking to interviewing, and get you set up for success. There’s an abundance of challenging and exciting internships out there, you just need the right tools and resources to sort through them.

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    High School Redesign

    The Anti-Racist Guide to New School Hires

    How would you hire for this upcoming school year—given the impact of the pandemic and the summer of uprisings against the systemic culture of racism plaguing our nation? Here’s a guide to help you through the hiring process.

  • High School Resources for Remote Learning During COVID-19 School Closures

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    High School Resources for Remote Learning During COVID-19 School Closures

    There is no question: Each of us is facing difficult and unprecedented challenges in the wake of COVID-19 and its impacts. For far too many young people, school is not…

  • A Teacher’s Journey Toward Culturally Relevant Teaching Practices

    High School Redesign

    A Teacher’s Journey Toward Culturally Relevant Teaching Practices

    This educator shares her journey, experience, and tips on how you can incorporate culturally responsive teaching in your school.

  • School Reopening Plans Offer a Chance to Rethink High Schools

    High School & Society

    School Reopening Plans Offer a Chance to Rethink High Schools

    Use reopening plans to re-imagine current educational practices. The COVID-19 pandemic served as a pressure test on our education system—the crisis exacerbated inequalities; wholly disrupted the lives of educators, students, and families; and upended the very notion of what counts as “school”—making it clear that the system, as it exists now, cannot hold.

  • But Can We Work Together, Though? A Black Woman and a White Woman Get Real

    High School & Society

    But Can We Work Together, Though? A Black Woman and a White Woman Get Real

    Nicole and Suzanne's podcast 'But Can We Work Together, Though?' examines how white and black women can work together on the biggest social justice issues today.

  • 5 Resources to Put Your School Reopening Plans into Action

    High School Redesign

    5 Resources to Put Your School Reopening Plans into Action

    Schools around the country are preparing to reopen, go remote, or a combination of the two. Here's how we can put those plans into action.

  • Inspirational Black Educators to Follow on Twitter

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    Inspirational Black Educators to Follow on Twitter

    As allys, we must commit to improving ourselves and to amplifying the voices of Black educators. Here are 9 voices you should be listening to.

  • How to Build Strong Relationships with Students Using Culturally Responsive Teaching

    High School Redesign

    How to Build Strong Relationships with Students Using Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Educators across the country are building relationships and empathy with their students, and meeting them where they are. Here’s how.

  • These 5 High School Grads Named Winners of #GraduateTogether Speaker Awards

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    These 5 High School Grads Named Winners of #GraduateTogether Speaker Awards

    Seniors from around the country submitted their speeches for the class of 2020. These 5 speeches moved us.

  • What Is Inquiry-Based Learning? (IBL)

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    What Is Inquiry-Based Learning? (IBL)

    Inquiry-based Learning combines student curiosity and the scientific method to increase engagement and critical thinking. Here's how you can get started in your classroom.

  • Actor and Activist Logan Browning Teaches High School Students to Advocate for Change This Election Season

    High School & Society

    Actor and Activist Logan Browning Teaches High School Students to Advocate for Change This Election Season

    We spoke with Logan Browning about how students can get involved this election, even if they're too young to vote. Here's her advice.

  • 5 Resources to Inform School Reopening Plans

    High School Redesign

    5 Resources to Inform School Reopening Plans

    How can we reopen schools to #ReThinkHighSchool more equitably? Here are 5 resources to get you started.

  • How Rhode Island Is Using Remote Learning Insights to Rethink High School

    High School Redesign

    How Rhode Island Is Using Remote Learning Insights to Rethink High School

    Remote learning has change education forever, and we're already learning a lot from it. Here's what schools in Rhode Island are learning from the pandemic.

  • 5 Resources to Address Racial and Systemic Inequities in Education

    High School & Society

    5 Resources to Address Racial and Systemic Inequities in Education

    Systemic racism exists in our education system. Here are resources for educators to abolish inequities to help every student succeed.

  • Strategies for White Educators Who Seek to Be Anti-Racist

    High School & Society

    Strategies for White Educators Who Seek to Be Anti-Racist

    Learn how white educators can begin decolonizing education in their daily work to put anti-racist ideas into practice.

  • What Is a Restorative Justice Listening Circle and How to Use It

    High School Life

    What Is a Restorative Justice Listening Circle and How to Use It

    Restorative justice circles are a tool to build empathy and share experiences with one another. Here’s how you can use this tool to foster connection.

  • Meet the Student Activists Leading the Country’s Protests for #BlackLivesMatter

    High School Life

    Meet the Student Activists Leading the Country’s Protests for #BlackLivesMatter

    The fight for racial equity is being led by teens across the country. These are their stories.

  • Taking Up Space as a Black Woman Is a Revolutionary Act

    High School Life

    Taking Up Space as a Black Woman Is a Revolutionary Act

    "Between the secure and loving walls, my parents built for me, I was taught to value my voice, understand my worth, and envision endless possibilities for my future."

  • What Is Juneteenth and Why Is It Important?

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    What Is Juneteenth and Why Is It Important?

    Juneteenth is an important milestone in American culture. It represents resistance, resilience, and Black Joy. Here's why it matters.

  • Step outside the Black History Canon This Juneteenth

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    Step outside the Black History Canon This Juneteenth

    Our history books haven't shared the full narrative when it comes to Black History. Here are a few things you should learn about this Juneteenth.

  • Why You Should Celebrate Black Joy on Juneteenth and Every Day

    High School Life

    Why You Should Celebrate Black Joy on Juneteenth and Every Day

    Black joy is an act of resistance against systems of oppression. Here's why celebrating Black joy is important – especially during Juneteenth.

  • Making Space for Youth Voices and Feelings during Protests against Police Brutality

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    Making Space for Youth Voices and Feelings during Protests against Police Brutality

    #BlackLivesMatter protests are impacting students across the country, and their voices need to be heard. Here's how we gave our Student Advisory Committee a space to share.

  • 5 Resources to Abolish Systemic Racism Through Education

    High School & Society

    5 Resources to Abolish Systemic Racism Through Education

    Systemic racism exists in our education system. Here are resources for educators to abolish inequities to help every student succeed.

  • Showing What Students Know in a Competency-Based Classroom

    High School Redesign

    Showing What Students Know in a Competency-Based Classroom

    Competency-based education lets student progress through a curriculum at their own pace. Here are some tips from two CBE educators for you to get started.

  • The Civil Right of Education, By the Numbers

    High School & Society

    The Civil Right of Education, By the Numbers

    We will know that we have achieved educational justice when the faces of our high school graduates look no different from those of entering kindergartners, and our college graduates no different from them.

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