In the fall, D.C. area teachers embarked on a journey to write about their work through a social justice lens. You are invited to join our end of year celebration. You will learn how the teachers deepened their own practice, created a powerful learning community, and wrote articles that will contribute to the all-too-scarce collection of published descriptions of classroom practice by teachers.
Since 2015, Stories from Our Classrooms has raised the voices of teacher-writers in national debates about education. Join us to hear DC area educators share uplifting stories from their classrooms. Our stories will touch your hearts!
Educators are invited to join D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice to learn more about the Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools.
Join D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice, Center for Inspired Teaching, and D.C. area teachers for a D.C. Area Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools planning meeting.
Join us to celebrate the first year of D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice!
This session for early childhood teachers, hosted by Project Unlearn and Teaching for Change's D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice, will provide time for early childhood teachers to explore issues of gender, gender identity, gender bias, and gender stereotypes in children's books. Educators will be encouraged to consider the intersections of race and class as it relates to these issues.
A troubling spate of incidents nationwide has brought issues of race and racism to the forefront in classrooms across the country, leaving educators to grapple with many difficult questions. Central among them: How do you broach these topics in schools? And, more broadly: How do you create more inclusive learning spaces for all students? Join New America’s Education Policy Program and D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice, a project of Teaching for Change, for this evening workshop.
This session for early childhood teachers, hosted by Project Unlearn and Teaching for Change's D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice, will provide time for early childhood teachers to explore how to address issues of race, representation, and history in developmentally appropriate ways.
Come together with educators to collaborate, learn, create, and identify resources that incorporates the history, literature, and culture of Central American peoples into the curriculum of DC area schools.
This year D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice and many more D.C. area organizations organized the 2018 Black Lives Matter Week of Action in our communities. Attend our next meeting to debrief this years week of action and plan for next year.