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The ranks of Black teachers have been decimated since public schools were ordered desegregated in 1954. LWA via Getty Images

How Black teachers lost when civil rights won in Brown v. Board

As the nation marks the 70th anniversary of Brown v. Board, one of its most significant side effects − the large-scale loss of Black teachers − continues to affect America’s schools.
Five Ontario school boards are suing the companies behind major social media platforms Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok, alleging their addictive products have caused the students to suffer from mental health issues, and causing widespread damage and disruption to the education system.

Why students harmed by addictive social media need more than cellphone bans and surveillance

Is a cellphone ban, along with increased surveillance, the right way to deal with the impact of addictive and harmful technology in classrooms?
A person wears a Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation button during a province-wide, one-day strike in Saskatoon, Sask., on Jan. 16, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Heywood Yu

Solving teacher shortages depends on coming together around shared aspirations for children

Decisions to fill teacher vacancies with uncertified adults compromises children’s education and reveals a demeaning notion that teachers — in a female-dominated profession — are merely babysitters.
While literary texts can nurture deep understandings about racism and power, it’s not enough to provide students with racially and culturally diverse texts. (Rasheeq Mohammad)

How literature teachers can create anti-racist classrooms

When teachers are self-aware of how their identities impact their values, beliefs and experiences, they are better prepared to help students build bridges between their lives and literature.
The Conversation/Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales, Courtesy SEARCH Foundation/James Ross, AAP

Before the 1980s, Australian teachers could be banned for being gay. A new report wants to protect them at religious schools too

We don’t ban queer teachers in public schools anymore, but it’s still allowed in some religious private schools – which the new Law Reform Commission report wants to address. What can history teach us?
A study saw racialized students in Ontario French immersion programs write monologues and stories about their experiences, and also invited immersion stakeholders like teachers and parents to give feedback on race and racism in Ontario immersion programs. (CDC)

Anti-racist, culturally responsive French immersion: Listening to racialized students is an important step towards equitable education

Listening to voices of racialized students in French immersion matters for creating more inclusive schooling.
Some researchers predict social robots will become common in K-12 classrooms. selimaksan/E+ Collection/Getty Images

What social robots can teach America’s students

Social robots can be useful tools to help students learn about programming, but here’s why they won’t be replacing classroom teachers anytime soon.

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