NJSTA stands united with NSTA and NJEA in our commitment to do more to embrace diversity, equity, and respect. We condemn racism in all its forms and manifestations.
We stand alongside our colleagues, members, educators, students, and families in calling for justice. And, we will not ignore the systemic and institutionalized racism that persists in our country and communities.
To continue this important conversation, we are planning NJSTAChats sessions to promote discussions on culturally responsive and anti-racism teaching for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in science classrooms. Please join us for our next NJSTAChats sessions on July 15th, when we host Dr. Doug Larkin discussing his book “Teaching Science in Diverse Classrooms,” and on August 5th, when we host Dr. Montana Vasquez-Grinnell sharing her dissertation work, “Persistence of Vision: factors influencing the retention of women of color in STEM programs. ” (Registration for August 5th coming soon)
Please visit EVENTS for more information.