What can I do?
- See the Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies Toolkit for information, tips, and a guide to action.
- If you haven’t already signed up, click Learn More (this will go to our sign-up page) on the issues and actions you can take in your area.
- Ask about the status of Ethnic Studies curricula. Express your concerns, and urge that the school/district adopt a Constructive Ethnic Studies curriculum. (Point them to our website, if they don’t know what that is.)
- Develop relationships with school principals, district Superintendent, and district School Board elected officials.
- Attend local district school board meetings to get information and to speak.
- Talk to other parents and teachers to spread the word and let us know if you’d like to organize a group.
- Join district and school curriculum committees.
- Write letters to the editor or op-eds to local, state, and national newspapers.
- Forward our updates and relevant articles on social media.
- Volunteer to help with the Coalition for Empowered Education.
- Send auto-generated letter to officials, insisting on keeping ideological agendas and hatred out of schools. (Takes one minute!)