Considerations for Access & Equity
These are just a few resources to help teachers redesign their curriculum to be more inclusive and affirming.
"Curriculum can serve as a mirror when it reflects individuals and their experiences back to themselves. Reading, then, becomes a means of self-affirmation, and readers often seek their mirrors in books. At the same time curriculum can serve as a window when it introduces and provides the opportunity to understand the experiences and perspectives of those who possess different identities."
The #BlackLivesMatterAtSchool movement is celebrating by releasing the “2020 Curriculum Resource Guide”—free, downloadable activities, lessons & actions to challenge racism, oppression & build justice-centered classrooms!
Here is a "quick start" list of resources from the
Monmouth County Consortium for LGBTQ Youth.
Many of these links also lead to further resources and information.