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I believe the Supreme Court made a huge mistake today when they repealed the Roe decision this morning, and that it will have tragic consequences.

Many students will want to talk about it when school begins in the fall.

There are a number of applicable ideas about how to discuss this topic  at The Best Posts & Articles On How To Teach “Controversial” Topics.

You might also be interested in The Best Sites To Learn About The U.S. Supreme Court.

Here are also some very specific resources (I’ll continue to add to this list):

Lesson of the Day: ‘What Would the End of Roe Mean? Key Questions and Answers.’ is from The NY Times Learning Network.

A brief lesson on Roe v. Wade is from The Washington Post.

How US states have banned, limited or protected abortion is from The Associated Press.

The long, ongoing debate over ‘All men are created equal’ is from The Associated Press.

How Educators Can Respond to ‘Dobbs v. Jackson’ is from Ed Week.

Can teachers instruct on Roe v. Wade amid curriculum censorship laws? is from K-12 Dive.

Teaching and Learning About Abortion Laws in the United States After Roe is from The NY Times Learning Network.

A fragile new phase of abortion in America is from The Washington Post.