Just, Equitable, and Inclusive Education Resources


The College of Education is committed to anti-racist teaching and learning.  We are committed to dismantling racist polices, practice and ideas that influence schools, teachers and children. One of our strategic goals is to provide a just, equitable, and inclusive education. To that end, we have curated resources that encourage understanding the history behind and the current impact of systemic racism and oppression. As a college, we call upon our faculty, staff, students and community members to walk this journey with us and become part of the solution through awareness, advocacy and allyship.

Anti-Racism

Being Anti-Racist: a conscious decision to make frequent, consistent, equitable choices daily.

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Art and Activism

Art and video, and ideas to engage classrooms and communities to support racial and social justice

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Resources for Teachers

Check out resources to help facilitate conversations about race, including classroom appropriate lesson plans, guides on how to have tough conversations with peers and students, and more.

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Resource Guides

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