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Teaching Diversity

There are wonderful resources for teaching about diversity and anti-bias work on the Web. The following three are particularly worthwhile. Starting early with teaching respect and anti-bias behaviors is so important but sometimes a bit scary. These sites will provide you with some tried and tested resources. There is a lot to explore at each location. this is a page of the ADL (Anti-Defamation League) directed specifically at educators with practical tips and even an easily printable page Creating a Positive Environment in which to Raise Diversity Issues and another whole section for Parents and Kids. There is also much information about teaching about religion in public schools. free materials are available from Teaching Tolerance for teaching about multicultural issues. They are described on this web page. This is a program of the Southern Poverty Law Center, also a non-profit organization dedicated to the reduction/elimination of hate groups and hate related behavior and violence. This web site is published by the Dept. of Justice and is designed for specific age groups. It's a wonderful way to get kids involved and a source for reports and direct student usage.


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