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Are You Planning a Lesson About the Terrorist Attacks of 9/11? Educators Share Their Experiences Using Retro Report Resources.

Are you a teacher? Click the button below to check out our education library. Teachers looking for ways to hold meaningful discussions with students about the terrorist attacks of 9/11 should take a look at the Teaching About 9/11 Education Collection. Year after year, this is one of Retro Report’s most widely used resources. The […]

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Collaboration and Exploration: Retro Report’s Council of Educators Meet in New York

Are you a teacher? Click the button below for our related education resources. Retro Report’s Council of Educators arrived in New York from across the country earlier this month for the second Council of Educators Summit. As they did at last year’s summit, teachers with backgrounds in Social Studies, Environmental Science and English/ELA shared how […]

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At Retro Report, a Day of Learning and Professional Development for NYC Educators

Dr. Yohuru R. Williams, an expert on the civil rights and Black power movements and an education activist, opened the day with examples of how racism was intertwined with topics like property ownership, democracy and the prevention of violence in America. Dr. Williams is the founding director of the Racial Justice Initiative at the University […]