Monthly Archives: August 2020

Do police keep schools safe? What does research say?


Do police keep schools safe? Fuel the school-to-prison pipeline? Here’s what research says. By Matt Barnum  Jun 23, 2020, Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter REPUBLISH School districts across the country are suddenly wrestling with the same question: … Continue reading

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6 Classroom Strategies that Work for Generating Student Discussions about Race Online


Dear reader,  We are in our penultimate installment of answers to your questions about race and racism in schools. This week, our experts share anti-racist classroom management and school discipline policies. They also share strategies for communicating with educators who … Continue reading

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Crumbling College Openings


College reopenings crumble Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios   Colleges are attempting to control partying by taking steep disciplinary measures against students who gather, Erica Pandey writes:Northeastern sent warnings to 115 freshmen who said in an Instagram poll that they plan to party. The university went … Continue reading

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America’s Labor Day and Teaching


Join SML for Free  ›  Coping with Disaster Natural disasters like wildfires and hurricanes are traumatic. This collection has free resources to help students understand and cope.LEARN MORE  :Why Celebrate Labor Day?COLLECTIONDo your students know how labor unions work? Or … Continue reading

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Educators have many more chances on East Asian courses for free


(8.30.20) Dear educators:  As my mother would say, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions” so I apologize for misinformation regarding “Korea in the Ancient and Early Medieval World” seminar announced in the last KCTA E-News.  Here’s correct … Continue reading

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Check out these photos! 9 Must See Photos


The Art of Science: Photography for ConservationTRUST MAGAZINEPew marine fellow Octavio Aburto has a knack for capturing stunning images of underwater landscapes—and for a vital cause. Explore his experiences and his photos in our latest issue of Trust magazine. 9 MUST-SEE PHOTOS … Continue reading

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Suing to Protect the Arctic Refuge


  We’re suing to protect the Arctic Refuge!Help us stop oil drilling on public lands!DONATE NOW Dear Kevin,The Trump administration recently finalized its plans for oil leasing on 1.6 million acres of public lands in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.I don’t need … Continue reading

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Kenosha police-backed murderer to be supported by Trumpistas?


MOST READ Trump Supporters Rush to Defend One of Their Own Who Killed Protesters in KenoshaRobert MackeyTucker Carlson said Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two during a protest in Wisconsin, “had to maintain order.”READ MORE →  The Thin Blue Line Between … Continue reading

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Wrongly Convicted by All-White Jury, Freed After 44 Years in Prison


Ronnie Long, Wrongly Convicted by All-White Jury, Freed After 44 Years in Prison  AUG 28, 2020 Image Credit: Twitter: @LauDurham In North Carolina, Ronnie Long, an African American who spent 44 years behind bars for a crime he did not … Continue reading

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God has had enough of these Good Old Boys Denying Climate Change


Hurricane Laura Leaves Path of Devastation in Louisiana, Triggers Chemical Plant Fire AUG 28, 2020 In Louisiana, at least six people were killed after Hurricane Laura came ashore Thursday as one of the strongest recorded storms ever to hit the … Continue reading

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