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The Civics for All: Current Issues & Events collection contains lesson plans and resources that supplement the Civics for All curriculum to aid in teaching current issues and events, such as the impeachment process. Click the photo above to access the collection, which will continue to grow over time.
These curriculum materials, produced in connection with the New-York Historical Society’s 2018 exhibition Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, explore the contested efforts toward full citizenship and racial equality for African Americans in the fifty years after the Civil War. Click the image above to explore the collection.
Creating a culturally responsive environment: this video and supporting materials highlight how the staff at Flushing International High School work collaboratively to foster agency in their students. Click the photo above to access resources designed to encourage schools to engage in conversations about their students and communities.
The NYCDOE has developed the first-ever elementary scope and sequences for Physical Education and Health Education. These are part of the ongoing efforts to ensure that all students have equitable access to standards-based, high-quality instruction in physical education and health education that meet state requirements.
Holocaust Curriculum lesson plans
The 1619 Project
Instructional Leadership Framework
Civil Rights interactive timeline
Civil rights movement lesson plans
Helping students discuss race openly
NYC's Approach: Science
The big list of classroom discussion strategies
Computer Science resources
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