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Educational LeadershipMarch 2015 / Volume 72, Number 6Culturally Diverse Classrooms
Inviting All Students to Learn Hilary Dack and Carol Ann TomlinsonHow to differentiate instruction without stereotyping students.
The Problem We Still Live With Bárbara C. CruzCivil dialogue has become an endangered practice, yet it is very teachable.
What It Takes for English Learners to SucceedJana Echevarria, Nancy Frey, and Doug FisherA growing research base suggests ways teachers can facilitate English learners’ access to the core curriculum.
The Story Behind Ferguson Richard RothsteinA look at the policies that have led to segregated neighborhoods—and why we need to teach students about racial history.
Equity Literacy for AllPaul C. Gorski and Katy SwalwellTeaching through the lens of equity requires looking closely at curriculum and culture.
Homeless—And Doubled Up Vicky DillWhen students live in crowded, chaotic conditions, they may feel no place is home.
Border Kids in the Home of the Brave Susan Zimmerman-Orozco As an influx of immigrant students pours into local schools—some traumatized, some without formal schooling—schools reach for ways to support them.
Special Topic: Still Teaching in Spite of It AllSonia Nieto Teachers who haven’t abandoned their profession tell why they think it is so worthwhile to stay.
Rethinking Bilingual InstructionPatricia GándaraThe benefits of bilingualism range from academic to economic, social to political, intellectual to psychological.
What Latino Students Want from School Jason G. Irizarry What marginalizes students at school, and what helps them feel they belong?
COLUMNS / DEPARTMENTS
Perspectives/Our Schools, Our SelvesMarge SchererListen to the audio version.
Research Says/Simple Interventions Boost Self-EsteemBryan Goodwin“Stealthy” actions can reinforce a student’s self-worth.
Show & Tell: A Video Column/Meaningful Vocabulary Learning Doug Fisher and Nancy FreyHow to close the word gaps that persist for many children.
Power Up!/The Culturally Proficient TechnologistDoug JohnsonTech-savvy strategies to reach students from all backgrounds.
Principal Connection/Responding to FergusonThomas R. HoerrWhen a community is hurt and fearful, how does a school begin a dialogue?
One to Grow On/The Caring Teacher’s ManifestoCarol Ann TomlinsonWhat it means to care about—and care for—all students
Tell Me AboutAn Experience That Gave You Insight into Diversity
Index to Advertisers
ASCD Community in Action
ASCD Events Calendar
EL TakeawaysWhat We Need to Know About Diversity
EL Study GuideTeresa Preston
“The Place That I Call Home”Linda Christensen A unit on gentrification opens students’ eyes to how their neighborhood was built, dismantled, and built again.
Making Diverse Classrooms Safer for Learning Margery B. Ginsberg Insights on how cultural values shape perspectives on efficiency, punctuality, individuality, and more.
A Welcome for Every StudentKaren N. Nemeth How to send the message that all are respected at school.
Engaging Parents as CoteachersZoila Tazi, Amanda M. Gunning, and Meghan E. Marrero A program for both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking families introduces science activities that kids and parents try at home.
Teaching “Ferguson”Stephanie TeachoutAn elementary school guides its students to talk respectfully about race.
Inservice Guest BloggersVicky Dill and Linda Christensen
EL Video InterviewMargery B. Ginsberg explains how educators can identify and respect diverse cultural norms that students may bring to the classroom.
Watch This SpotLearn how reading aloud encourages ELLs to write in English in this clip from Raising the Literacy Achievement of English Language Learners.
This guide’s tips, strategies, sample questions and statements, and peacemaking tools will help teachers successfully use restorative practices in their classrooms.
Marking the 65th anniversary of the Brown v. the Board of Education ruling, Educational Leadership examines pressing issues and opportunities surrounding race in America’s schools today. The April 2019 issue offers ideas on how today’s educators can understand and address racial issues and help fulfill Brown’s promise to dismantle segregation and inequity in education.
The teenage years are unique, and today’s teens face new challenges as well as opportunities. The May 2019 issue of Educational Leadership looks at what teens need most in terms of both academic and social supports, highlighting how schools can work smarter to keep middle and high school students healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.