The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy offers curated resources for anti-racist and anti-bias teaching and self-education, as well as an adult education curriculum unit.
Skill addressed: Written Communication, Resiliency, Inquiry & Analysis, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Self-Awareness
● The Three Black Women of Literacy curriculum is geared to adult learners and could provide the basis for more than five classes worth of learning with additional skill building and literacy activities.
● Personal and workplace success skills, such as resilience, diversity, equity, and inclusion, are discussed and defined throughout the curriculum.
● The Diversity Toolkit for Teachers offers resources educators can use to build anti-racist/anti-bias curricula.
● Although the Anti-Racist/Anti-Bias Lesson Plan repository lessons were created for K–12 students, most could be adapted for use with adult learners.
The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy is a non-profit whose mission is to improve lives through literacy. To accomplish this, it expands access to literacy services through funding innovation, technology, resources, and programming for adult and family literacy services. The foundation’s website houses a literacy resources area which includes the resources described above.
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Critical & Creative Thinking
Navigating & Using Information