Anti-Bias Frameworks

Learning for Justice- Social Justice Standard 

This resource is provided by Learning for Justice, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, for teachers to have a framework to teach anti-bias education. It is divided into four sections, identity, diversity, justice and action, recognizing the diversity in today’s classroom. 

Norwood’s Anti-Bias Framework

This resource is provided by Norwood School in Maryland. Borrowing themes and concepts from different sources they structured a guideline consisting of the similar 4 domains of anti-racist work mentioned in the social justice standard which are identity, diversity, equity, and action.

Durham Public Schools Framework 

Linked is a news article about Durham Public Schools and their efforts to implement K-12 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Trainings.

A Guide to Equity and Antiracism for Educators

Provided by Edutopia for educators searching for a suggested guide to equity and antiracism.