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Rethinking Schools  |  Spring 2016 -- Volume 30 #3  


Cover Story:
Teaching the FBI’s War on the Black Freedom Movement
By Ursula Wolfe-Rocca

Students learn about the FBI’s counterintelligence program of the 1960s and ´70s. They see the roots of Black Lives Matter—and the attacks on it—in the history of Martin Luther King Jr. and Fred Hampton.

Editorial:
Boycotting Occupation: Educators and Palestine
By the editors of Rethinking Schools

Plus:
Education Under Occupation: East Jerusalem
An interview with Zakaria Odeh
By Jody Sokolower

An on-the-ground account of the impact of the Israeli occupation on Palestinian children, from the perspective of East Jerusalem.

ESSA: NCLB Repackaged
By Stan Karp

Its total failure and a massive grassroots movement against standardized testing brought the demise of No Child Left Behind. But is its successor, the Every Student Succeeds Act, any better?

Sacrifice Zones
By Rosemarie Frascella

An English language teacher uses Naomi Klein’s concept of sacrifice zones—from "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate—to help her immigrant students understand the connections between oppression in their home countries and in the United States.

Zonas de sacrificio
Por Rosemarie Frascella

Una maestra de inglés usa el concepto de zonas de sacrificio de Naomi Klein, de Esto lo cambia todo: El capitalismo contra el clima, para ayudar a sus estudiantes inmigrantes a entender las conexiones entre la opresión en sus países de origen y en los Estados Unidos.
Rethinking Schools is a must-read for everyone involved in progressive education -- first-year teachers and seasoned veterans, parents and community activists. Crammed with innovative teaching ideas, compelling resources, analyses of important issues, and organizing, Rethinking Schools is an invaluable source for educators who want to enlist students in thinking deeply and critically about the world today. As education policy increasingly forces schools toward scripted curriculum, excessive testing, and punitive measures, Rethinking Schools provides an alternative vision of schooling, based on the creative commitment of teachers and grounded in students’ daily lives. A wide range of articles portrays classrooms that are academically rigorous, ant-racist, multicultural, and engaging. Rethinking Schools offers hope and inspiration by being both practical and visionary.
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Rethinking Schools   |   Spring 2016 -- Volume 30 #3   


Cover Story:
Teaching the FBI’s War on the Black Freedom Movement
By Ursula Wolfe-Rocca

Students learn about the FBI’s counterintelligence program of the 1960s and ´70s. They see the roots of Black Lives Matter—and the attacks on it—in the history of Martin Luther King Jr. and Fred Hampton.

Editorial:
Boycotting Occupation: Educators and Palestine
By the editors of Rethinking Schools

Plus:
Education Under Occupation: East Jerusalem
An interview with Zakaria Odeh
By Jody Sokolower

An on-the-ground account of the impact of the Israeli occupation on Palestinian children, from the perspective of East Jerusalem.

ESSA: NCLB Repackaged
By Stan Karp

Its total failure and a massive grassroots movement against standardized testing brought the demise of No Child Left Behind. But is its successor, the Every Student Succeeds Act, any better?

Sacrifice Zones
By Rosemarie Frascella

An English language teacher uses Naomi Klein’s concept of sacrifice zones—from "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate—to help her immigrant students understand the connections between oppression in their home countries and in the United States.

Zonas de sacrificio
Por Rosemarie Frascella

Una maestra de inglés usa el concepto de zonas de sacrificio de Naomi Klein, de Esto lo cambia todo: El capitalismo contra el clima, para ayudar a sus estudiantes inmigrantes a entender las conexiones entre la opresión en sus países de origen y en los Estados Unidos.
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Rethinking Schools magazine print subscription.
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