A group of researchers and education entrepreneurs have launched Assessment for Good to help teachers understand how students aged 8 to 13 are starting to see themselves in the world—culturally, socially, and academically—and how that constantly shifting sense of self takes shape and can support learning.
A is for Amazing, B is for Brave, C is for Creative … The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture offers caregivers and educators interactive Joyful ABC activity booklets to support children’s positive identity development while growing language and literacy skills.
The four-year Coming Together project from Sesame Workshop is starting out with plans to support racial literacy by equipping students and caregivers with developmentally appropriate vocabulary, conversation starters, and other resources.
Available at no cost, the Harmony SEL program is designed to foster communication, connection, and community, both inside and outside the classroom, and develop boys and girls into compassionate and caring adults.
CIVIX digital information literacy initiative supports teachers in empowering students with the knowledge and skills required to locate trustworthy information so students can make informed choices in the best interests of themselves and their communities.