From Chalkbeat New York
As protesters continue to march in the streets, students are logging in to virtual classrooms full of difficult questions and raw emotions. While many New York City schools focus on racial justice issues every day — embedding it into what is taught, and how — in plenty of others, principals and teachers find themselves in wholly uncharted territory.
Chalkbeat spoke to academics including Bunche-Smith and school leaders who are helping school communities respond to this moment. They offered these words of advice for teachers and school leaders.
This is part of an ongoing series that includes the voices of parents, students, and other experts to understand what ideas can help us meet this unprecedented moment for school communities…