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Students, educators and activists participate in designing one of the largest street murals ever in pursuit of environmental justice and putting an end to the dangers of climate change.
Randi Weingarten 
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Environmental Justice: A Movement for Students and Educators Students and educators are involved in many of the mass movements of our time—from...
Putting Climate Change Educ ation in Context for Students Addressing climate change is everyone’s responsibility, including educators. But even if...
Paraprofessionals and Teachers Are Hurting — Literally “Emergency response team to room 201” comes across the walkie-talkie. This is not a drill. The...
Building Trust with Students: Optimism Isn't A One Size Fits All Solution I’m an eternal optimist. I’ve been called Suzy Sunshine, Pollyanna and...
Xenophobia in America: Xenophobia and distrust of immigrants was rife in turn of the century New York City, pictured here in 1890
Xenophobia in America: Exploring the Roots of Immigration and Historical Struggles Professor Erika Lee is one of the leading historians of...
Fostering Professional Collaboration with Share My Lesson When we set out seven years ago to create the American Federation of Teachers’ Share My...
Greetings, Share My Lesson Members! We have big news for you in 2020, and we are too excited not to share! First, reserve March 24-26 for the AFT...
Teen Suicide: How High-Quality Stories Captivate Students And Communicate Valuable Messages What if experts in varying fields collaborated to offer...
Democracy at work: teachers and public employees striking in Chicago.
Randi Weingarten 
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Democracy at Work: Listening to Workers As the year draws to a close, I am so grateful to the educators, healthcare professionals and public...
Free Lessons and Resources of 2019: What Stood Out? We love end-of-year lists, but especially this one. Thanks to all the downloading, rating, and...