Teachers are using "Painting for Peace in Ferguson" in art, social justice, social studies

With more and more tragic news stories seemingly every day, many parents may want to shelter their children and some schools ask teachers not to discuss these events. But children are not immune to the media covering or adults discussing the latest in gun violence/school shootings, bullying, hate, racial divides, sexual harassment and more. This reality becomes inescapable when schools practice “active shooter” drills. As teachers across the country struggle with ways to help children and youth understand today’s social climate, one resource educators, librarians, and parents continue to use is the award-winning children’s book, Painting for Peace in Ferguson. Children can become more upset

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