Be Our Lifeline Campaign

“Every time I get a new issue of the magazine, I am inspired and feel more hopeful about the work that I am trying to engage in. The books I’ve […]

War Made Visible

the editors of Rethinking Schools

From language arts to math to science to social studies, the school curriculum teaches young people what to think about. But it also teaches young people what not to think […]

Rethinking Multicultural Education 3rd Edition

Teaching for Racial and Cultural Justice

Edited by Wayne Au

Practical, rich in story, and analytically sharp, Rethinking Multicultural Education can help current and future educators as they seek to bring racial and cultural justice into their own classrooms.

Violence in Israel and Gaza

We mourn the loss of Israeli and Palestinian lives and grieve for those who have lost loved ones due to the ongoing occupation and massive bombardment. We denounce Israel’s planned invasion of Gaza […]

The Climate Crisis Has a History. Teach It.

Mimi Eisen and Ursula Wolfe-Rocca

Eisen and Wolfe-Rocca critique textbook timelines and introduce the new Zinn Education Project Climate Justice Timeline.

Our picks for books, videos, websites, and other social justice resources 38.1

Check out these valuable resources, reviewed by Rethinking Schools editors and Teaching for Change colleagues.

Melody Sullivan Goes to Palestine

Linda Dittmar

A review of Finding Melody Sullivan by Alice Rothchild.

Students Address Racial Justice at “Model Gary” Convention

Alyssa Bowen

Drawing inspiration from the 1972 National Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana, New Jersey students and teachers organize a convention to discuss issues facing Black communities today.

Teaching While Undocumented

Esa Syeed and Abigail Rosas

Two professors document the struggles of undocumented teachers and offer ways educators, schools, and policymakers can better support them.

Love, Solidarity, and Defiance: Healing Our Schools and Communities

the editors of Rethinking Schools

“I have students from multiple different cities and ages all over the place. I want all of those students to know that even if they’re from a marginalized group, or […]