Features lesson plans and resources for K-12 educators that integrate multi-cultural, anti-bias, and social justice themes in the curricula. Provides teachers with tools for addressing adolescent and classroom management issues like name-calling, bullying, and even hate crimes.
An online information-sharing/activist round table for public school parents, children's advocates, journalists, and teachers committed to improving education in New York City by navigating the school bureaucracy while making the system more accountable to students. Featured Video: View what to look for in a Pre-K program.
Founded in 1992, this Johns Hopkins affiliate focuses on providing children and youth unique opportunities to learn and practice essential skills during the summer months. Currently over 2 million young people in 30 states are served by this program.
This "nations's largest network of community-based school reform organizations" taps you into the work of Local Education Funds and suggests strategies for improving student achievement in public schools.