Education for Liberation Network

Website. The network aims to help improve the practice of Education for Liberation by bringing people together to learn from each other’s experiences through an online database, listserve, conferences, and more.

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Network for national coalition of teachers, community activists, youth, researchers and parents who believe a good education should teach people—particularly low-income youth and youth of color—to understand and challenge the injustices their communities face. The network aims “to help improve the practice of Education for Liberation by bringing people together to learn from each other’s experiences. The network provides a space for members to share knowledge and work together to create tools for liberatory education.”

Includes:

  • EdLib Lab—an online “laboratory” for finding, discussing and developing social justice teaching materials. The lab features a searchable curriculum database that allows anyone to find materials and/or post comments.
  • Free Minds, Free People—a national conference on liberatory education.
  • Planning to Change the World—a lesson plan book for social justice teachers.
  • Social Justice Expo—a New York City expo for high school students doing social justice projects.
  • Research Database—a searchable collection of research materials related to Education for Liberation.

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