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Classroom Index by Princeton CHOOSE
Classroom Index
by Princeton CHOOSE
It is often difficult or uncomfortable to talk about race. For the educator, The Classroom Index provides an easily-accessible, successfully tested solution, piloted in Princeton Public Schools in 2016 and winner of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations and the 'Not in Our Town' Unity Award. A reference guide, story index, and racial literacy toolbox, The Classroom Index includes ideas for dialogue and activities in eight class subjects, including math and science, relevant to elementary through high school students.

A variety of formats accommodate diverse lesson plans, enabling educators to introduce personal stories to spark meaningful and effective conversations about race. Over 150 deeply reflective and moving stories, combined with racial reconciliation plans for schools and districts make The Classroom Index a valuable resource for administrators, educators, and students seeking to initial effective dialogue about race and ethnicity in the classroom and beyond.

" is not just jobs [children] want, but purpose, as well as the tools to more accurately read their reality so that they can begin to change it. This is where 'racial literacy' and CHOOSE come in."
-- Ruha Benjamin, Ph.D, Professor of African American Studies, Princeton University

"I believe this book is fundamental... It contains the stories of individuals both locally and internationally that help to personalize our appreciation of diversity. Some of the stories are tragic. Others are celebratory. All are deeply moving."
-- Stephen Cochran, K-12 Superintendent
Published September, 2016 by CHOOSE, Hardcover, ISBN: 9780692777725, ISBN-10: 0692777725, List Price $40.00.

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