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Grant-funded PD Opportunity: Tools for Tolerance for Educators


Tools for Tolerance® for Educators customized programs are designed to advance anti-bias education and the creation of inclusive and equitable schools. Innovative methods promote self-reflection, critical thinking and social action planning.  The program is set in the unique immersive, high-tech learning environment of the Museum of Tolerance where participants become witnesses to history, explore the dynamics of diversity and democracy, and are motivated to assume responsibility for positive change.

Programs are offered in 1 or 2-day formats. Lunch and materials are included.  There's a grant available to pay for travel, hotel, tuition and materials! 



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Georgia Social Studies Journal - A Great Quarterly Read!

The Georgia Social Studies Journal
 is a peer-reviewed, online quarterly journal dedicated to a wide array of topics that benefit elementary and secondary social studies teachers and teacher educators. 

As a forum for discussing social studies education, The Georgia Social Studies Journal welcomes submissions from researchers, scholars, and practitioners animated by the ideas, perspectives, and methods that lead to quality social studies teaching and learning. 

Articles published in the Journal generally fall into one of two categories:  pedagogical strategies and techniques in social studies classrooms, and research studies and essays that provide perspectives on topics of value to social studies teachers and teacher educators. 



Guidance for states to use in enhancing their standards for rigor in civics, economics, geography, and history in K-12 schools.