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A Sadly Repetitive Blog Post

created Oct 31, 2018 11:23 AM
by Nancy McTygue, Executive Director I don’t want to write another blog post on what to tell your students after a violent attack.  I’ve done it before and I’m still not sure if it helped any ...

Teaching after Terror - Las Vegas

created Oct 02, 2017 09:23 AM
by Nancy McTygue, Executive Director I can’t believe I’m writing another one of these posts in response to a horrific terrorist attack.  In 2015, I wrote two – one in response to the massacre ...

We Can Do Better: Lessons from Charlottesville

created Aug 14, 2017 01:41 PM
by Nancy McTygue, Executive Director The images are horrifying – angry white men with torches lit marching through a southern town on a summer night.  Bodies flying in the air after being ...

Charting the War in Syria

created Apr 13, 2016 04:20 PM
by Shelley Brooks The civil war in Syria is difficult to teach because of the diverse number of groups involved, the complex religious factors, and the duration of the war and its atrocities. ...

Teaching after Terror

created Nov 16, 2015 11:43 AM
Last January, I wrote about the massacre of Charlie Hebdo journalists and police officers in Paris in a forum article published in the Sacramento Bee.  I suggested that students might benefit ...
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