Teaching for Racial Equity: Discussing How We Become Interrupters

On this episode, we’re delighted to have Tonya B. Perry, Steven Zemelman, and Katy Smith as our guests. They are the authors of Teaching for Racial Equity: Becoming Interrupters, an important new book published by Stenhouse.

We discuss the real educator perspectives spotlighted in the book and how they help readers better understand equity in practice; the mindset every educator can adopt to make a difference; and how discussion and collaboration leads to change.