TSJ in EdConteXts: International Network of Educators

I am pleased to share that Teaching Social Justice was mentioned in EdConteXts, with a special nod to two posts: Living in a Patriarchal Society and our first guest post, Marianne Snow on Duncan Tonatiuh’s Separate Is Never Equal. Check out Bali’s (2014) post here: Context Matters — views from around the world.

Our TSJ community is growing, and I could not be happier. Here is a preview into what’s coming later this week:

  • TSJ’s second guest post is by Cody Charles, and will be available tomorrow afternoon.
  • A counterargument to one of TSJ’s recent discussions about Weird Al Yankovic’s “Word Crimes” will appear later this week.

TSJ is still looking for contributors. If you are interested in writing for Teaching Social Justice, email your idea to teachsocialjustice@gmail.com.

 

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