As individuals with significant direct contact with school-age children, educators have a particularly important role in influencing juvenile attitudes and behavior related to bias and hate.
Partners Against Hate Resources
Learn to confront prejudicial attitudes before they escalate Downloadable guide
to capitalize on those "teachable" moments.
Help youth resist bias and hate
Download the PAH Program Activity Guide:Elementary edition
(PDF)Middle school edition
Download Building Community and Combating Hate: Lessons for the Middle School Classroom (PDF)
Help youth beome a catalyst for change Start a peer leader program in your school
Become a PAH trainer
Apply to the Training-of-Trainers program
and teach others how to create effective hate crime prevention programs.
Create school climates where youth feel secure, accepted, independent, and responsible
The PAH Hate Response Network
offers some suggestions.
Teach youth how to explore diversity and build life skills for positive intergroup relations. Important steps
toward helping to break down stereotypes, recognize prejudice, and prevent hate crimes.
See All PAH Resources
Help students connect their own experiences with others Downloadable lesson plan
to help students define their roles when incidents of prejudice, discrimination, and scapegoating occur.
The Importance of Multicultural Books
Good multicultural children's books will challenge stereotypes and promote a realistic glimpse into the lives of diverse groups of people.Read more
Sticks and Stones
Language can hurt. Educators, parents, and community members must help students become the solution to the problems of bias, prejudice, and harassment in schools.Read more
See All Other Resources Web sites, print, and video resources for education.