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Have Your School Join No Place for Hate

No Place For Hate is designed to enhance a culture of respect and to create a safe, bully-free learning environment for students at all grade levels. In compliance with the New York State Dignity Act, No Place For Hate offers schools the opportunity to be recognized for their staff development and student training related to bullying, harassment and discrimination. ADL offers No Place for Hate at no cost to schools. Schools receive a personalized banner at the end of the school year.

Capital Region No Place for Hate brochure

http://newyork.adl.org/albany-no-place-for-hate/

Current Events Classroom Lessons

A collection of timely and relevant brief lesson plans that assist K-12 educators in teaching news topics and other issues of the day. Each lesson helps students analyze the topic through an anti-bias, diversity and social justice lens. All lessons are aligned to the Common Core.

http://www.adl.org/education-outreach/lesson-plans/cec-lessons.html#.VczvH8JRHcs

Teaching About Ferguson and Beyond

http://www.adl.org/education-outreach/curriculum-resources/c/teaching-about-ferguson-and.html#.VczutMJRHcs

Building Respectful School Climates: ADL Webinar Series

Free webinar series to learn practical strategies and tips for addressing bias and bullying and creating a positive school climate from the leading provider of anti-bias education programs and resources.

http://www.adl.org/education-outreach/education-webinars/#.VczxWsJRHcs

Rosalind Wiseman Classroom Conversations

Includes features on bullying, current events and the social and emotional development of children.

http://www.adl.org/education-outreach/curriculum-resources/c/rosalinds-classroom-conversations.html#.Vczs3sJRHct

Books Matter- Children's Literature that Promotes Diversity and Challenges Bias

This recommended collection of books is representative of the excellent anti-bias and multicultural literature available for educators and parents of young children through age twelve. All the titles in Books Matter have been reviewed by ADL staff and are frequently updated with new and noteworthy books. Selected books include a variety of reading levels and many of the books lend themselves to being read aloud to children at any age. Several of the books have teaching guides and discussion questions.

http://www.adl.org/education-outreach/books-matter/#.VczsKMJRHcv

Plan An Anti-Bias or Anti-Bullying Training for Your School

https://secure2.convio.net/adl/site/SPageNavigator/plan_a_training.html#Curriculum_Resources

ADL Albany contact:

Beth Martinez

Associate Education Project Director

518-649-9986

bmartinez@adl.org

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