Three educators share strategies to support Arab and Muslim students, including by countering "false narratives" and encouraging them to become leaders.

Guest editor Dr. Sawsan Jaber discusses how to support Arab and Muslims students in U.S. schools, including by supporting their identity and recognizing there is not a "single story."

Another teacher and I share strategies to encourage student collaboration in a remote or hybrid learning environment, including through group presentations and class-created "norms."

Four educators share movies or shows that have helped them become betters, including the importance of nurturing students' passions and lifting up student voice.

Terri N. Watson suggests that educators reinforce their support of critical race theory in the face of Trump attacks on it, including by recognizing that "differences are not deficits" and demanding that schools are equitably funded.

Four educators share videos and movies that have helped them become better teachers, including "Remember The Titans" and "Winnie The Pooh."

Three educators discuss the importance of responding to racist microaggressions committed by colleagues and how best to do it, including by expressing public and private dismay to the offender and submitting a complaint to a supervisor.

Four educators suggest strategies for responding to racist comments from colleagues, including mirroring the person's words and explaining that intent "does not lessen the blow."

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