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Educators for Social Justice is a grassroots, teacher-led organization that promotes equity, sustainability, and justice in the classroom and beyond.

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Educators for Social Justice is a grassroots, teacher-led organization that promotes equity, sustainability, and justice in the classroom and beyond.

    EPISODE SIX: Policy and Practice with Dr. Renee Racette

    EPISODE SIX: Policy and Practice with Dr. Renee Racette

    RSS Feed Renee Racette, Ph.D., is an education professional with 13 years of experience with the St. Louis Public Schools.  Starting as a chemistry teacher in 2005, she loved supporting students in learning about acid/base titrations and the periodic table.  However, she realized she could make a greater impact in the lives of children outside of the classroom and began her school leadershi [...]

    EPISODE FIVE: Jessica Jones, "Unconditional Support & Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Youth"

    EPISODE FIVE: Jessica Jones, "Unconditional Support & Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Youth"

    RSS Feed Jessica Jones is a non-binary educator and activist specializing in contemporary literacies and LGBTQ+ justice. They have served as an educator in various capacities for ten years, with most of their career spent as a high school Language Arts teacher. Early in their teaching career, Jessica observed the numerous barriers that queer and transgender students face within our education system a [...]

    EPISODE FOUR: "Diversity Beyond the Numbers at New City School" with Thomas Hoerr, Alexis Wright, & Stephanie Teachout

    EPISODE FOUR: "Diversity Beyond the Numbers at New City School" with Thomas Hoerr, Alexis Wright, & Stephanie Teachout

    RSS Feed Thomas R. Hoerr, Emeritus Head of School, New City School; Scholar In Residence, UM-St. Louis College of EducationIn 1981, Tom became the head of the New City School in St. Louis, a school founded on a commitment to progressive learning and respect for human diversity. Under his leadership, New City began implementing the theory of multiple intelligences (MI) in 1988 and created th [...]

    LIVE from the Educators for Social Justice Conference: Terry Weiss on Building Counter-Narratives for Radical Healing and Hope

    LIVE from the Educators for Social Justice Conference: Terry Weiss on Building Counter-Narratives for Radical Healing and Hope

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    LIVE from the Educators for Social Justice Conference: Tiffany Taylor-Johnson on Building Counter-Narratives for Radical Healing and Hope!

    LIVE from the Educators for Social Justice Conference: Tiffany Taylor-Johnson on Building Counter-Narratives for Radical Healing and Hope!

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    LIVE from the Educators For Social Justice Conference: April Fulstone on Building Counter-Narratives for Radical Healing and Hope!

    LIVE from the Educators For Social Justice Conference: April Fulstone on Building Counter-Narratives for Radical Healing and Hope!

    RSS Feed Join us for our special LIVE interviews of educators at the 2018 Educators for Social Justice conference, "Building Counter-Narratives for Radical Healing & Hope" aprilfulstone_master.mp3File Size: 10849 kbFile Type: mp3Download File [...]

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4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Arden.j ,

Amazing podcast!

Such important topics being discussed. All educators should give it a listen!

KaliAnn_jam333 ,

Yes!

This is amazing! This is the kind of podcast I’ve been looking for forever. Educators play such a vital role in dismantling the problematic systems in our society. I’m so happy that this resource exists and can’t wait to share it.

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