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Open enrollment for the JCTA Sick Leave Bank will occur on Monday, August 30, 2021 to Friday, September 24, 2021. Open enrollment is for all certified teachers MEMBERS and NON-MEMBERS who have not already enrolled in the Sick Leave Bank. When you join you will only need to donate one of your sick days and become a SLB member until September 1, 2023

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**NOTE: we would like to add more content-area specific anti-racist teaching resources. Please email dawn.moretz@jcta.org if you have some to add to this section.**

 

Please scroll below or look to the right at the listings under "Content-Specific Resources" to go directly to the subject area of interest. 

 

Business & Marketing: How Brands Are Responding to the George Floyd Protests

 

English Language Arts: Crawling Out of the Classroom 5th grade literacy teacher Jessica Lifshitz designs

anti-bias, anti-racist lessons and shares them in her blog. These could be adjusted for younger AND older

students. Here are some examples of the work she does:

Confronting Bias with Fifth Graders: Using the Draw-A-Scientist Experiment and the Covers of Picture

Books To Help Students Recognize the Biases They Hold

Teaching Personal Narratives as a Way to Explore Identity and Our Lived Experiences

 

ELA: DisruptTexts “disrupting” the ways we approach and teach literature

 

ELA/Publications/Graphic Design: How Alexandra Bell Is Disrupting Racism in Journalism

 

Mathematics: Classroom Resources Main Page The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics upholds this

statement on access and equity in mathematics.

lesson plans for Algebra, Geometry, Probability & Statistics

The Role of Statistics in Human Rights Advocacy statistics & human rights

Peace-Work Studies | website statistics & data analysis

 

Music: “You Might Be Left with Silence When You're Done” takes a look at the racist history behind some of

the music children are asked to learn in school

 

Science: Build Your Portfolio With These Data for Good Project Ideas

 

Science/statistics/data: The American Nightmare introduces and explains how “race science” led to false

beliefs about race and genetics. Episodes 2 & 8 of the “Seeing White” series on the Scene on Radio podcast

explains much of this, as well.

 

Social Studies: Educator Resources on Facing History and Ourselves: a wealth of lessons on topics on all areas

of social studies

Echoes & Reflections teaching the Holocaust

The History of Racism in America | History from The Smithsonian


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