After a rally of white supremacists and counter-protesters ended in violence earlier this month, many students across the country may be asking questions about what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia.
To help facilitate these critical conversations at home and in the classroom, several Scholastic Classroom Magazines recently published articles explaining what happened in cities including Charlottesville and New Orleans, for different grade levels:
- Scholastic News, for elementary school students
- Junior Scholastic, for middle school students
- The New York Times Upfront, for high school students
These articles include teaching resources such as skills sheets and lesson plans to help teach children and teens about identity, diversity, and justice. For more, visit Teaching Tolerance and on social media, use the hashtag #CharlottesvilleCurriculum to discover additional resources and join the national conversation.