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Resources By Issue - Education - Sorted by Date

A four-session discussion guide to help schools and communities improve academic achievement for all students.
A multiple-session discussion guide including recommendations for tailoring the discussion to a particular community or organization's concerns.
Sample Logic Model Worksheet for Racial Equity and Particular Issues
Selected Events of Structural Oppression and Resistance in American History
This discussion guide takes a look at when, where, and what young people learn. How do we create the kind of community where all young people will have a chance to learn – in and beyond the school...
This discussion guide with help you build work with parents, teachers and students to develop action plans that will address racial and ethnic barriers to student achievement and parent involvement.
This guide was reworked for Lexington community from the Arkansas School Board Association's guide.
Start Mix It Up Dialogues on your school's campus. These kinds of conversations support the creation and maintenance of healthy school communities.
This is a nine-session discussion guide for students to engage in 90-minute discussions on issues around racism. The first session allows students to build trust by learning about each other's...
Esta guía para diálogos públicos está basada en la guía de discusión creada por Arkansas School Board Association y tiene como meta lograr mejores relaciones entre las familias y las escuelas.
Una guía para llevar a cabo diálogos en torno a como ayudar a los estudiantes a tener éxito en sus comunidades y en las escuelas.
A list of external resources for addressing education.

Dialogue to Change

Our ultimate goal is to create positive community change that includes everyone, and we believe that our tools, advice, and resources will help foster that kind of change. Whether you’re grappling with a divisive community issue, or simply want to include residents’ voices in city government, Everyday Democracy's Dialogue to Change process, using a racial equity lens, can help.