Is It Too Risky for Educators to Talk About Bigotry and Race?

Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair with Shawn Thomas

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How can we make it safe for educators to talk about bigotry and race with peers, parents, and students?

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You Have A Bigoted Colleague on Your Faculty, What Would You Do?

Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair with Shawn Thomas

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So you have a bigot on your staff. Is there anything you can or should do about this?

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What (If Any) Professional Development Should Be Required?

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When it comes to professional development, how can we determine what training is needed when we often don't know what we don't know?

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Faculty Meetings: Yes, There Is a Better Way

 Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair with Mark Weston

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It's time for an update on one of our most popular issues. How can we improve faculty meetings?

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Is Social Media a Net Asset or Liability in Education?

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Media has always been a double-edged sword. Magazines, TV, radio, and movies can have a positive and negative effect on students. What are the unique challenges of social media in education? 

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