Teachers shouldn't avoid this topic, no matter how uncomfortable it might make them to discuss it with children and teens.
Teachers grappling with how to teach current events at divisive times should emphasize history, study original sources and address polarization.
A former social studies teacher lists three ways educators and others can better understand the difficult subject of slavery in the US, including a way to hear directly from freed slaves themselves.
A former middle school teacher offers a series of tips on how educators can teach young people to engage in more civil discourse.
Ontario's move to ignore the calls of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to add Indigenous content to its history and social studies curriculum is foolish and dangerous.
A new mentorship program uses fiction to teach children's rights, and to help kids understand and prevent bullying.
High school students in America learn two very different perspectives on World War I in their U.S. and world history classes. But which of these competing viewpoints should take center stage?
School garden projects are becoming hugely popular. Over 25 percent of public elementary schools include garden-based learning. Do these gardens improve the education and health of young people?