Working towards creating equitable learning environments for students is a primary focus at APS, and while this equity work is underway, it is important to share updates with the community to show equity in action here at APS
VIRTUAL 2021 NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE TEACHERS OF ENGLISH CONFERENCE
Congratulations to our colleagues at Dorothy Hamm Middle School who presented at the NCTE 2021 Conference. Click here for more information and to view their presentation, “Empowering Teachers and Students: Action Steps to Anti-racist Teaching.”
The No Place for Hate® program is an organizing framework for K-12 schools committed to creating sustainable change that leads to improved school climate developed by the Education Department of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Participating schools are able to incorporate ADL’s anti-bias and anti-bullying resources with their existing programming to form one powerful message that all students have a place to belong.
Currently over 1,700 schools across the country participate in the No Place for Hate® Program. The goal of No Place for Hate® is to inspire a national movement led by students and educators who are committed to using the power of positive peer influence to build inclusive and safe schools in which all students can thrive.
The following schools are currently participating in the No Place for Hate® Program:
|APS Schools Participating in No Place for Hate®|
|Arlington Science Focus||Fleet||Oakridge|
|Campbell||Dorothy Hamm||Arlington Career Center|
|Carlin Springs||Escuela Key||Yorktown|
For additional information, please visit ADL’s No Place for Hate® website.
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