What Schools Could Do Instead Of Anti-Bias Trainings

Guest Post: What Schools Could Do Instead Of Anti-Bias Trainings
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Larry Ferlazzo
larryferlazzo.edublogs.org
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Editor’s Note: After I posted Implicit Bias Training Doesn’t Seem To Work – So What Should Teache..., I invited my colleague Antoine Germany to share his thoughts.

Antoine Germany is a teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., and chair of its English Department:

In the wake of the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, the nation has undergone a reckoning with its racist past and a recognition of the systemic nature of racism in American society currently.  Many well-meaning educators are motivated to recognize and correct these systemic inequities with self examination and exploration of possible solutions. One of the most popular solutions heard in schools and districts across the country is to have mandatory anti-bias training for teachers and administrators.

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