Resources for Communities
Stand for Children's national programs and campaigns are defined by value-driven issues that we stand for. Learn more about the Center for Anti-Racist Education (CARE), Teach Kindness, The Home Visit Project, and Learn from History below.
While most educators want to address race and racism in schools and classrooms, they lack the necessary tools and skills. The Center for Anti-Racist Education's (CARE) mission is to advance antiracist curriculum and equip antiracist educators. A team of educational professionals and former teachers create tools to identify antiracist curriculum and provide professional learning to build antiracist expertise.
Teach Kindness provides access to research-based tools and resources, free of charge, to those who want to incorporate kindness into the school day and make kindness a practical, commonplace skill.
The Home Visit Partnership provides training for educators in how to conduct relationship-building home visits which strengthen trust and allow teachers and families to become true partners focused on accelerating student learning.
Learn from History is a broad-based coalition of organizations of parents, students, educators, community leaders, and other concerned Americans that believe for students to create a better society, schools need to provide a thorough, accurate, and fact-based education and teach students to reject racism and respect the equal value of every person.