Equity and Social Justice Resources

Equity and Social Justice are important concepts in preparing students to prepare and empower each student to shape his or her future with knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to thrive in a changing world.  Equity and Social Justice are evident in our school community as we model and promote  the ethical ideals of respect, responsibility, integrity, compassion, and moral courage.

Our teachers have opportunities to learn more about educational practices to promote Equity and Social Justice through professional development that includes course work through Harvard University Graduate School of Education and The Teachers College at Columbia University, as well as attending conferences such as NHSAA's annual Equity Conference.

If you would like to learn about talking about racism, please check out the resources below and suggested readings (by grade levels) can be found in the menu.  

From Teacher's College at Columbia University:
Addressing Racism with Students


From The ChildMind Institute:
Talking to Kids about George Floyd

CNN and Sesame Street Coming Together Standing UP to Racism
A Town Meeting for Parents and Kids
How to Explain Racism to Kids
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From PBS Kids:
How to Talk Honestly with Children About Racism

From EmbraceRace (recommended by PBS)
10 tips for Teaching and Talking to Kids about Race
10 consejos para enseñar y hablar con los niños sobre la raza


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