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  • Jason Bohner

Dignity in Schools: Letter for American History and Civics Ed Grant Priorities


πŸ“£ Last week we collaborated with our partners to submit a comment letter to the U.S. Department of Education (ED) in support of ED’s proposed American History & Civics Ed Grant Priorities β€” particularly β€œPriority 1 - Projects that Incorporate Racially, Culturally, and Linguistically Diverse Perspectives into Teaching & Learning.” We see this proposed grant priority as an important step by ED to be responsive to the demands of communities and anti-racist educators for culturally responsive-sustaining curricula and pedagogies.⁣

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At a time when there are blatant attacks to truth-telling in the curriculum and state legislation banning conversation about structures and systems of oppression in schools.


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