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Follow the Questions: Ellin Keene in Conversation with Tricia Ebarvia

What is one important piece to creating change? Examining practice in community.  (continue reading)

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)

Reasons People are Attending #IREL21 This Summer

Upon registration for #IREL21, participants were sent a survey asking why they decided to return this year OR why they are signing up for the first time. Here is what we learned.  (continue reading)

Summer PD with #DisruptTexts!

Committing to an inclusive, representative, and equitable language arts curriculum is important and challenging work. Where do you begin? You begin with the mission of the #DisruptTexts movement.  (continue reading)

Towards a Practice of Freedom: Previewing this Year’s Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy

When we, Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia, began imagining what IREL could be, we knew we wanted a space where teachers could take the necessary time to reflect deeply on their practices and work for transformative change in their classrooms, schools, and communities.  (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)

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)

Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia discuss Racial Equity In Literacy

This summer authors Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Tricia Ebarvia will be co-facilitating a special Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy at UNH.  (continue reading)

Inviting Students to See Themselves in Their Writing and Reading

In what ways are certain topics treated as taboo in our classrooms and why? How often do we avoid talking and writing about race because we fear what others might say? If we avoid controversial issues, how will our students learn how to have civic discussion of such issues?  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Empathy as a Tool for Inclusive Decision Making

This month, we look inward to understand how we ourselves develop empathy, so we can integrate experiences that foster empathy in students, as well as lead us toward more inclusive decision-making in our schools.  (continue reading)

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