Teach for Justice

TpT stands with educators in the pursuit of racial justice.

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We are committed to bringing forward the power of the TpT community to create change and support essential conversations with teachers and students around topics of race and social justice. TpT is taking action to:

1. Expand anti-racist resources

2. Educate for social justice

3. Amplify muted voices

Grant Resources Examples

New Collection of Anti-Racist and Social Justice Education Resources

We know that teachers are changemakers — and to begin to make systemic changes in education, more resources are needed that are focused on anti-racism and social justice. That's why TpT funded $100,000 in grants* to educators to create vital resources to encourage discussions around racism and social injustice, challenge implicit (and explicit) biases, and create learning environments to support every student. Learn more about the grant program.

Browse the Teach for Justice collection for new grant-winning resources that are:

  • Designed to support anti-racist and social justice teaching

  • Relevant across subjects and grade levels

  • Created by experienced educators and vetted by content experts

Teach for Justice Professional Learning Opportunities

Professional Learning Opportunities

To support the essential conversations teachers need to have with students and each other about racism and social justice, TpT hosted a six-part virtual speaker series now available to any educator. Viewers of each webinar will receive a professional development certificate of participation. Learn more below about each webinar with links to watch and written recaps.

Six-Part Series

“Teach for Justice: A Conversation With Black TpT Teacher-Authors,”

Teach for Justice: A Conversation With Black TpT Teacher-Authors

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Jamilah Pitts, anti-racist education consultant

Jamilah Pitts in A Talk to Teachers: Understanding the "Why" and Where to Begin Anti-Racist Work in Schools

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Scott Thomas

Scott Thomas on Putting Anti-Bias/Anti-Racist Education Into Practice

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Luis Versalles

Luis Versalles on Relationship Building with Families and Communities for Racial Equity

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Kelisa Wing

Kelisa Wing on Content and Curriculum: What, How, Why of Anti-Racist Teaching

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Dr. Eddie Moore

Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr. on Diversity, Privilege and Leadership: Are We Making Any Progress

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Amplifying Black Educator Voices & Social Justice Resources

There are perspectives and resources on TpT that can move this conversation forward. Across our channels, we are highlighting Black educators, their TpT stores, and important resources members of our community can use to start critical conversations about race with students. Read More.

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*No purchase necessary to win. Enter before 07/03/2020 at 11:59pm ET. Open to U.S. and Canadian residents only, age 18 and over, who are currently or formerly employed as educators. Void in Quebec, and anywhere this promotion is prohibited. By submitting an application you agree that third parties may review your application materials and any materials you develop for the purpose of prize evaluation. Additional terms and conditions apply, see full Official Rules.