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On the Podcast: Racial Equity and Literacy with Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia

Sonja and Tricia discuss Sonja’s recent adaptation of Stamped for Kids, the myriad forces that continue to inhibit the work of antiracism, and why opportunities like IREL are so important.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Start Here, Start Now Read Aloud with Liz Kleinrock

When we set out to do antiracist and antibias work, a common question is, how do I make time for it in my classroom?  (continue reading)

What Is ABAR? by Liz Kleinrock

What is ABAR? by Liz Kleinrock. ABAR stands for antibias and antiracism. Learn more in this blog post.  (continue reading)

Cornelius Minor’s Guide to Making Classroom Change

Sometimes the things that we have to do become tradition, and as tradition ages sometimes those practices do not serve all children. Sometimes we have to change an established way of doing things in order to better serve our kids.  (continue reading)

Bringing Community into the Virtual Classroom

Islah Tauheed shares her experience in building online community, as using it as tool to foster conversations about racial equity and justice.   (continue reading)

Facebook Live Series with Colleen Cruz: Risk. Fail. Rise.

Colleen Cruz joins experts in various areas of education to talk about the common mistakes we make and how to learn from them, instead of fear them.   (continue reading)

Celebrating 200 Episodes on the Heinemann Podcast!

The Heinemann Podcast is celebrating four years and 200 episodes!  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Beyond Quick Fixes to Racial Injustice in Education

How do we go beyond the cosmetic fixes of racial inequality in education and go further?  (continue reading)

Teaching and Relationship-Building Must Be Culturally Responsive

When teachers take on the work of culturally responsive teaching, they commit to ensuring that marginalized students not only can, but will improve their school achievement.  (continue reading)

On The Podcast: Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia on the Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy

Listen in or watch as Dr. Sonja Cherry Paul and Tricia Ebarvia talk about centering racial equity in our literacy practices and their upcoming (virtual!) Institutes for Racial Equity in Literacy. #IREL20 ⁠  (continue reading)

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