Fund for Teachers
Funds for Teachers supports and finances sabbaticals so that teachers have the opportunity to broaden their education and bring a new perspective into the classroom.
Look to KinderArt for some innovative suggestions for creative crafts kids can make. Bonus points for using recycled materials!
The Footprint Education webpage features five sustainability lesson plans that can be used in K-12 classrooms.
Educators for Social Responsibility
ESR is a national organization aiming to help educators create safe, productive environments for students with peace-making and conflict resolution techniques.
Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility
The Morningside Center promotes critical thinking, social awareness, and classroom action through numerous programs, including the Resolving Conflict Creatively Program.
Part of the George Lucas Educational Foundation, Edutopia seeks to create a new world of learning by empowering students, teachers, and parents to strive for positive change.
American Social History Project
The American Social History Project at C.U.N.Y. promotes alternative ways of learning about the past in an effort to spark a revitalized interest in U.S. history.
Teaching Tolerance is a twice-yearly magazine published by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Their website features the opportunity to sign up for free e-newsletters, as well as resources on tolerance for teachers, parents, and students.