Teachers, students, and the general public can dive into the diversity of American history at OneHistory.org, where they can listen to the voices of America, past and present. Through images, stories, biographies, essays, and editorials, OneHistory presents an American history that includes all of the participants from the myriad of cultures that have made America. Students who want to learn about some of the lesser-known (or even unknown) heroes of American history can visit the Stories page, or they can challenge their knowledge on the Multicultural Quizzes page. To understand the importance of accurate captions and exciting images for their presentations, students can delve into the Visual History pages. OneHistory provides annotated lists of some of the best of the web, including links to websites for Asian American history, African American history, and children’s history. OneHistory also includes a page with links to some of the best image sites on the web.
Educators are invited to join advocates, researchers, and security experts in an interactive webinar on October 4, 2017, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (ET) on “Immigration, Safety and Security,” hosted by The Immigrant Learning Center’s Public Education Institute.
The National Network of State Teachers of the Year has compiled a “social justice” reading list for educators. The list includes diverse picture books for early learners and equity-themed books for elementary school, middle school, and high school students, as well as books for teachers that address culturally responsive teaching practices and equity in the classroom.