Educators

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Why CARE?

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Creating a better future begins with the care we have for our children, ourselves, and our shared communities. As an educator, you can lead the way.

CARE charts a course for better curriculum and instruction by emphasizing the skills educators need and providing resources to help you make change for your students.

We have something for you — no matter where you are on your antiracist journey

CARE Review Tool Rubric

CARE Choice Tool

Sharpen your antiracist lens by analyzing the materials you’re already using — or thinking of using — with students.

  • Learn the questions to ask
  • Get recommendations to fill gaps
  • Your dashboard tracks favorites, scores, and collections
Care Choice means free webinars

CARE Webinars

CARE Webinars offer an opportunity to learn form CARE staff, experts and educators as they explore topics central to the CARE Principles.

  • Season 2 begins September 21.
  • CARE Webinars are offered live and are available on-demand.
CARE Framework

Framework

A roadmap for professional learning, the Framework identifies and describes the specific practices antiracist educators need.

  • Aligned to CARE Principles
  • Multiple entry points
  • Specific and practical
  • Developed by educators
  • Research-based

Free Resources to help you on your journey

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Is your U.S. History Text Antiracist?

Take a magnifying glass to five areas where your textbook is most likely to tell an incomplete story.

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CARE Framework Reading Guide

Reading guide for learning communities.

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CARE Framework Self Reflections

A self guided activity to help learners as they navigate the CARE Framework.

CARE Choice Tool

CARE Dashboard

Use our CARE Choice Tool to practice and build confidence in your ability to analyze your teaching resources and choose those that support antiracism. It’s free for individuals.

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