Find education organizing resources published by EJ-ROC.
Transforming Our Public Schools: A Guidebook to Culturally Responsive Education is a colorful, accessible guide to what culturally responsive education looks like in the classroom, instruction, school climate, and family & community engagement.
The Culturally Responsive Curriculum Scorecard was designed to help parents, teachers, students, and community members determine the extent to which their schools’ English Language Arts curricula are culturally responsive.
These one-page documents in multiple languages highlight core values, principles, vision, and talking points about culturally responsive education and are intended to help the community gain a deeper understanding of CRE in practice.
Here are some of the resources for community organizing that EJ-ROC has used with our partners, please feel free to adapt and use in your own work.
The Policy Hub is a collection of short, accessible research briefs on topics essential to education equity. Each 2-3 page brief includes research evidence, key takeaways, helpful research links, and best examples of policy and practice.
This curriculum includes facilitators agendas and materials for 13 workshops covering key topics on Organizing Skills, Education Policy and Political Education.
EJROC supports parents, youth and communities that are organizing for an honest, accurate and full-funded education, in the face of attacks on critical race theory and education equity.