The Center for Antiracist Education (CARE) was launched to respond to the enormous number of teachers who want to contribute to ending racism in their schools and in society, but say they lack the tools, resources, and professional development to do so. CARE staff work with educators across the nation to identify antiracist curriculum, build antiracist expertise and demonstrate what works.
The Center for High School Success (CHSS) is a cost-free resource providing educators, high schools, and school districts opportunities for professional development and strategic investment planning. CHSS partners with schools to substantially increase the number of students who finish the make-or-break 9th grade year on track, which greatly improves their odds of on-time graduation.
This powerful social-emotional learning experience offers free lessons and activities, designed by the nation's leading experts in the field, to schools with any combination of grades K-8. While the program was designed to be a school-wide 30-day challenge, we created Teach Kindness: Flex Path to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic to provide more flexibility and greater access to educators.