In the midst of a global pandemic and a movement to fight systemic racism, there is a renewed focus on making sure that every child feels welcomed and honored in school. On a mission to help educators create inclusive classrooms, BetterLesson, in partnership with The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, announces the publication of 100+ 100 strategies, tools and resources that help educators implement culturally responsive teaching and learning (CTRL). These are the culmination of work that started in the spring of 2019.
As a part of their “Master Teacher Project” model, BetterLesson selected 21 teachers and school leaders based in and around Kansas City who utilize CTRL best practices in their schools. These experienced educators participated in Professional Learning Communities and created resources to support educators in teaching all students to be racially conscious, equity-minded, anti-bias, and anti-racist.
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