These 5 Ideas Can Help You Think About Black History Month in a New Way

You’ve talked about Rosa Parks and Thurgood Marshall, Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass. You’ve listened to jazz and hip-hop and talked about their roles in history. What else can an educator do for Black History Month?

The most successful Black History Month lessons go beyond famous firsts and soul food, Here are 5 steps to make your classroom more culturally responsive this February, and throughout the year.

1. Give students a voice. How do Black students experience school and

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