Moral Courage ED™ has created a suite of offerings for individual teachers, cohorts of students, school communities (including parents), and entire educational districts.
Irshad Manji’s Don’t Label Me: How to Do Diversity Without Inflaming the Culture Wars has been described by Chris Rock as “genius.” That’s because it transcends the Us-against-Them trap and provides tools so that more of us can, too.
Encouraged by readers who are also education leaders, Irshad recently developed the “Diversity Without Division” online course for K-12 schools and districts. Whether it’s used as a supplement or as an alternative to conventional antiracism efforts, DWD achieves genuine inclusion — of viewpoints and not just demographics.
At Moral Courage ED, our mission is to empower students to hear rather than fear different perspectives. We believe the book that launched it all should be in every education leader’s library. This is why we’re offering a free copy to 2,000 school and district administrators in K-12 public and private schools.*
Read it, share it, and join our mission today!
The Diversity Without Division awareness campaign is supported in full by Heterodox Academy (HxA), a community of academics, K-12 educators, and students who advocate open inquiry, intellectual humility, and viewpoint diversity. The ability for HxA to provide Grants for HxCommunities events and other activities are made possible in full through the support of the John Templeton Foundation.The opinions expressed in the Diversity Without Division awareness campaign are those of Let Grow, the grantee, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Heterodox Academy and/or the John Templeton Foundation.
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