Built on our successful pilot work in two Bay Area high schools in 2008 and 2009, our unique curriculum integrates the creative arts and a culminating presentation to excite students about learning, being engaged in actions and behaviors that further positive interactions with their peers, teachers and extended communities, and taking action to promote equity, justice and human dignity for all people.
We invite teachers, leaders of non-profit organizations and community leaders to utilize the curriculum. Separate pages of the curriculum lesson plans and resource guides are posted to invite your commentary to share additional ideas and resources.
Since we asked about whether—and, if so, how—knowing about human rights mattered in today’s world, we’ve received some thoughtful, and thought-provoking, responses. Here are some insights shared by Bob Groves of Philadelphia: Thanks for asking this question. I believe it matters greatly. […]
We’re happy to announce our updated curriculum, resources and lesson plans for 2014 View and download them here.
Andrea McEvoy Spero‘s Ph.D. dissertation for the University of San Francisco, “THIS IS A PUBLIC RECORD”: TEACHING HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH THE PERFORMING ARTS is now available for download as a PDF file. Download Andrea McEvoy Spero’s Dissertation as a PDF […]
The World As It Could Be Curriculum and Resource Guide for Teachers & Organization Leaders is now available through the Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) at http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED532066 About ERIC ERIC is an online digital library of education literature and is sponsored by […]