Episode 24: As a Matter of Track
Episode Resources:Prudence Carter and Kevin Welner, Closing the Opportunity Gap: What America Must Do to Give Every Child an Even ChanceCarol Burris and Delia Garrity, Detracking for Excellence and Equity Jeannie Oaks, Keeping Track American Progress report, Closing Advanced Coursework Equity Gaps for All StudentsLearning for Justice, “How one school stopped tracking students” Parent organizations:Integrated Schools
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Episode 23: Parenting While White (Part 2): The Collective Impact of White Parents on Schools
Jenna spoke with Ellen Guettler about her decision to move her children out of a predominantly white school in Minneapolis.
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Episide 22: Talking to Young, White Children About Race, with City Love
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Episode 21: Parenting While White (Part 1) -- Talking to White Kids About Race
There are plenty of great resources out there. Gere are some to get started.Social Justice KidsRaising Race Conscious ChildrenBeyond the Golden RuleHere is the music from City Love that we featured at the end!
26 Feb 2022
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Episode 19: Engaging Resistance, CRT, & What’s Best for Kids, Part 1
In this episode, Jenna sat down with Nicole Post, an elementary school teacher from St. Louis. Nicole describes how she met with and challenged the resistance she faced from parents when teaching about race and racism in her classroom.
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Episode 18: Brand New Pandemic, Same Old White Supremacy
Elizabeth sat down with Thu Anh Nguyen to discuss how the pandemic has highlighted white supremacy in schools. Thu Anh Nguyen (she/her) is an educator and writer whose work centers around equity and justice. Thu Anh has led workshops and writes essays about cultural competence and literacy. She is also a poet. Her writing has been published in Literacy Today, Southern Humanities Review, Cider Press Review, and Crab Orchard Review. Make sure to read Thu’s blog as well. Thu can be reached through her website, www.thuanhnguyen.com .
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Episode 17: Elena Aguilar on Coaching for Equity
In this episode, Elizabeth sits down with author and coach Elena Aguilar to talk about how race shows up in teacher coaching relationships.
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Episode 16: Racial Identity for White People with Dr. Janet Helms
Dr. Janet Helms explains why she created a model that outlines how White people come to understand their racial identity.
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Episode 15: Mockingbird in the Classroom: The Student Experience
As a follow-up from To Teach or To Kill a Mockingbird, in this episode we hear from a group of multiracial students about their experiences reading this iconic novel in school.
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