Social Justice Standards: A Framework for Anti-bias Education

The Social Justice Standards, produced by Teaching Tolerance, are a road map for anti-bias education at every stage of K–12 instruction. Comprised of anchor standards and age-appropriate learning outcomes, the Standards provide a common language and organizational structure educators can use to guide curriculum development and make schools more just and equitable.

Forest Whitaker announces launch of the Domestic Harmonizer program at Andrew Carnegie Middle School. (Photo: CSUDH news)

Forest Whitaker Partners with Cal State Dominguez Hills to Teach Middle School Students Peace and Conflict Resolution

At a school-wide assembly at Andrew Carnegie Middle School artist and social activist Forest Whitaker officially launched the Domestic Harmonizer Program with California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH). All 915 6-8th grade students will participate in the program. The program is an innovative initiative designed by WPDI and CSUDH specifically for middle schools, with the aim of nurturing a new generation of youth leaders committed to peaceful conflict resolution. The program integrates Conflict Resolution Education with Common Core State Standards in math, science, social studies, and English.