How can we evaluate classroom materials to ensure they accurately reflect history and our students?
LaNesha Tabb, author and educator, joins us to talk about how to look at classroom resources using an anti-bias, anti-racist lens.
She takes us through the process she uses to find more inclusive social studies books. We talk about why it is important to do this work early and how to bring big content down to the level of little minds.
Learn the reasons teachers don't teach true history and what you can do to help. You will walk away with ideas to help you support teachers in identifying inclusive materials.
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