I have a huge A Collection Of Useful Posts, Articles & Videos On Race & Racism – Help Me Find More list, which also includes many “sub” Best lists. It’s also pretty unwieldy for readers/users.
Many of the resources on that list are there using Storify, a tool that will be going off-line soon. So, I’m using that change as an opportunity to cull and re-organized those links over the next few months into a series of “New & Revised” Best lists.
This is the first one:
Check out this second series at my Education Week Teacher column: ‘It is Long Past Time to Meet the Needs of Students of Color’
Why students need more Black and Latino teachers is by José Luis Vilson.
Student: My school district hires too many white teachers is from The Washington Post.
Pulitzer-prize winning author Junot Díaz on the power of culture.
NEA Report: Lack of Teacher Diversity Jeopardizes Student Achievement is from NEA Today.
On the Importance of Mirrors for Students (and Teachers) appeared in The Huffington Post.
How Boston Public Schools Can Recruit and Retain Black Male Teachers is from The Shanker Blog.
America’s Unspoken Education Issue: Black Kids Need Black Teachers is by Melinda Anderson.
How college ed programs try, fail to recruit teachers of color is from The Hechinger Report.
Why teachers must reflect student diversity is from The Seattle Globalist.
Regarding teachers of color: Boston Public Schools system is set to lead once again is from The Hechinger Report.
We Need Teachers of Color is from Education Week.
Montgomery County launches teacher diversity initiative in schools is from The Washington Post.
Where have all the black and brown teachers gone? is from The Hechinger Report.
America’s Leaky Pipeline for Teachers of Color is from The Center For American Progress.
America’s Kids Are Getting More Diverse, but Its Teachers Aren’t is from Take Part.
The Benefits of Minority Teachers in the Classroom is from Real Clear Education (thanks to Andre Perry for the tip).
Differentiating PD for Male Teachers of Color is by Travis Bristol.
The Classroom Racial Gap Hits an All-Time High is from Governing (thanks to Alexander Russo for the tip).
Recruiting More Minority Teachers Could Do Wonders For Minority Students, Study Says is from The Huffington Post.
Why Our Classrooms Benefit From Minority Teachers is from Ed Week.
Why we should diversify the overwhelmingly white U.S. teaching force — and how appeared in The Washington Post.
Black male teachers: There aren’t enough of them is by Travis Bristol.
In 2003, 47,000 teachers of color entered teaching. 56,000 left. (via @terrenda1980)
— Jason (@jybuell) May 7, 2015
— Cara Jackson (@caragerber) May 7, 2015
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) June 4, 2015
— Gregory Patterson (@KappanGreg) June 1, 2015
Tough Tests for Teachers, With Question of Bias is from The New York Times.
— NEPC (@NEPCtweet) July 29, 2015
— Stanford Education (@StanfordEd) July 20, 2015
Increasing The Diversity Of America’s Teachers is the last in a series “guest-hosted” by Travis Bristol and Terrenda White at my Ed Week column.
Report: Minority Teachers Are Quitting at Rapid Rates is from NBC News.
The number of black teachers has dropped in nine U.S. cities is from The Washington Post.
More Minority Students, Fewer Teachers of Color is from The Atlantic.
— Education Week (@educationweek) September 17, 2015
Check out this report from Shanker Institute on the lack of diversity among teachers and why it matters. http://t.co/OE7BN3vUS6
— Pedro Noguera (@PedroANoguera) September 17, 2015
Male teachers of color take a lesson from each other is by Travis Bristol.
The Role of Teacher Diversity in Reducing Implicit Bias is from The Shanker Blog.
Keeping Black Men In Front Of The Class is an NPR interview with Travis Bristol.
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) December 15, 2015
Wanted in New York City: A thousand black, Latino and Asian male teachers https://t.co/ICHkwknJZj
— Post Education (@PostSchools) December 11, 2015
Black Male Teachers a Dwindling Demographic is from Education Week.
What It’s Like To Teach While Black appeared in The Huffington Post. (thanks to Alexander Russo for the tip)
Why Is Education Leadership So White? is from Education Week.
Why so many people are worried about teacher diversity, in two charts is from The Washington Post.
The invisible tax on teachers of color is from The Washington Post.
‘Added Value’ Why Increasing the Number of Latino and Black Public School Teachers Matters is from The Latin Post.
The troubling shortage of Latino and black teachers — and what to do about it is from The Washington Post.
What did my father mean to his black male students? Everything. is from The Washington Post.
Where Are All the Principals of Color? is also from The Atlantic.
America Needs More Black Men Leading Its Classrooms is from Slate.
How to Get More Men of Color Teaching in the Classroom is from The Atlantic.
Increasing Teacher Diversity Could Be a Game-Changer for Students’ Academic Attitudes is from Real Clear Education.
The Crucial Need to Expand the Non-White Teacher Pipeline is by Marian Wright Edelman.
As non-white students become the majority in US schools, 79% of teachers are white, as are 75% of new teachers pic.twitter.com/evEOoV8WKQ
— Paul Kirby (@paul1kirby) June 25, 2016
A diverse teacher workforce isn’t a nicety. We must recruit more teachers of color for the benefit of all students. https://t.co/EdmtW5yUVv
— John King (@JohnKingatED) June 9, 2016
REPORT: The State of Racial Diversity in the Educator Workforce is from The U.S. Department of Education.
Where Are All the Teachers of Color? is from Harvard Education.
Why Black Men Quit Teaching is by Christopher Emdin.
Black Teachers Matter is from Mother Jones.
The many ways teacher diversity may benefit students is from Brookings.
The nation’s teacher force lacks diversity, and it might not get much better is from The Washington Post.
— Dr. Travis.Bristol (@TJacksonBristol) November 7, 2016
The expectations placed on black teachers https://t.co/Hpy5W8krdB
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) November 7, 2016
Diminished roles, lack of respect frustrate black teachers, national study shows https://t.co/WwgcsImR9W
— Post Education (@PostSchools) November 7, 2016
— White House Af-Am Ed (@AfAmEducation) November 3, 2016
The reason so many black teachers leave the job early – The Hechinger Report https://t.co/rNkG7zSbpD
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) November 3, 2016
— White House Af-Am Ed (@AfAmEducation) November 2, 2016
Hispanic students perform better when their teachers and administrators are Latino, too – Univision https://t.co/Wgc6xjNhpr
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) November 1, 2016
— White House Af-Am Ed (@AfAmEducation) November 1, 2016
— CAP Education (@EdProgress) July 26, 2017
— Cara Jackson (@caragerber) July 26, 2017
NBC News: Opinion: More Latino Teachers Help Change Misconceptions About Our Kids https://t.co/bSc51s4V9I
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) July 25, 2017
The Benefits Of Having A Black Teacher is from City Lab.
Why are there so few black male teachers? is from American Public Media.
Minority Teacher Recruitment, Employment, and Retention: 1987 to 2013 is from The Learning Policy Institute.
4 ways to measure diversity among public school teachers is from Brookings.
A look at the issues black teachers are facing as the number of black teachers in Chicago and other big city dwindle https://t.co/RgC6wXrhGD
— Emmanuel Felton (@emmanuelfelton) December 20, 2016
— TESOL Intl Assn (@TESOL_Assn) December 10, 2016
— Education Week (@educationweek) May 15, 2017
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) May 12, 2017
Diversity matters: Experts Discuss How to Find – and Keep – Teachers of Color https://t.co/GgrYUUVCNV
— Pedro Noguera (@PedroANoguera) June 14, 2017
— Marilyn Rhames (@MarilynRhames) May 31, 2017
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) May 29, 2017
Male teachers of color make up only 2% of the teaching workforce nationally. Here’s what they want you to know https://t.co/dRLXavVZxI
— Chalkbeat (@Chalkbeat) June 16, 2017
— Josh Starr (@JoshuaPStarr) June 20, 2017
New post (by Conra D. Gist): The Teacher Testimony Project: Mobilizing and Lifting the Voices of Teachers of Color – https://t.co/5KoM0gTtht
— Shanker Institute (@shankerinst) June 21, 2017
— Education Week (@educationweek) June 27, 2017
— Learning Policy Inst (@LPI_Learning) October 31, 2017
— saber khan (@ed_saber) December 22, 2017
Can states lean on diverse teacher recruitment to stem teacher shortages? is from Brookings.
A Root Cause of the Teacher-Diversity Problem is by Melinda Anderson.
New study highlights the struggles and strengths of Latino teachers is from Ray Salazar.
States to Prioritize Hiring Teachers of Color is from U.S. News.
Teaching-in-color: It is all about equity is by James E. Ford.
With Just One Black Teacher, Black Students More Likely to Graduate is from John Hopkins.
TEACHING’S DIVERSITY PROBLEM is from Bostonia.
Diversifying the Teaching Profession: How to Recruit and Retain Teachers of Color is from The Learning Policy Institute.
Confronting Inequity / The Black Male Teacher Gap is by H. Richard Milner.
The Experiences of Teachers of Color is from Harvard.
Making a Diverse Teacher Workforce a Reality is from The Education Writers Association.
Which Colleges Are Helping Create a Diverse Teacher Workforce? is from The Urban Institute.
How and Why Teachers of Color Matter is from Ed Week.
The New York Times has run an article headlined Does Teacher Diversity Matter for Students’ Learning? It’s a good overview of research, along with offering some practical suggestions for how those of us who are white educators can deal with our implicit biases.
Me and My White Teachers is from The NY Times.
America’s public school teachers are far less racially and ethnically diverse than their students is from the Pew Research Center.
Same Race Teachers: MPS Students & Teachers Weigh In is from Public Radio in Wisconsin.
Closing the Diversity Gap is from Teaching Tolerance.
Racial and ethnic minorities accounted for 20% of all public elementary and secondary school teachers in the United States during the 2015-16 school year, according to data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). https://t.co/c4PWp52OSb via @nuzzel
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) November 15, 2018
Want more diverse teachers in more places? Start with diverse principals is from Brookings.