Teach Us All Curriculum
Building 21st Century Student Movements for Educational Equity
By the Leaders of IntegrateNYC
“Student Movements for School Equity and Integration” is a year-long elective course designed for HS students to develop an understanding of the history of 20th and 21st century student leaders and movements for education reform in the United States. Students will engage with the history of youth leaders such as the Little Rock 9, Ruby Bridges, Silvia Mendez, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and many more. As students learn about the history of these historical movements, they will work to develop and elevate their own leadership so that they too can lead the movement for equal education today. The course can be aligned to Common Core ELA or Social Studies standards for credit.
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