Rose Sadler

Rose Sadler serves as a Senior Program Associate for the New England region at Facing History and Ourselves.

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5 Ways to Ground Your Teaching in Equity and Justice

Posted by Rose Sadler on October 7, 2020

As many educators are teaching under extraordinarily challenging circumstances, we know that a central issue for educators is how to center equity and justice in their classrooms and schools. The long history of racism in education is still with us, and after a summer marked by racial violence, and an ongoing pandemic that is disproportionately impacting people of color, issues of equity and justice remain urgent and pressing.

If you are someone who is new to this work or if you are looking to recommit yourself to equity and justice, here are five ways to ground your teaching:

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Topics: Equity in Education

Facing History Hosts Inaugural Teaching for Equity and Justice Summits

Posted by Rose Sadler on August 20, 2020

This July and August, Facing History hosted our first ever Teaching for Equity and Justice Summits for over 450 educators from across North America. Throughout the summit, educators committed their time and energy in order to engage in deep learning, reflect on their own mindsets and practices, and to hear from scholars like Dr. Bettina Love, Dr. Pedro Noguera, Dr. Scott Seider and Dr. Daren Graves and our Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer, Steve Becton. 

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Topics: Equity in Education

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