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Teaching Civic Education and Social Responsibility in the Trump Era: How Far can a Teacher (Legally) Go?
In an era where global warming is portrayed as “fake news,” undocumented immigrants are called rapists and murderers, and school-based hate crimes are on the rise, how can educators respond within the constraints of the law? Do we have to remain “neutral,” or is this a disservice to the civic education and social responsibility of students around the country?
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Presenter: Francesca L. Hoffmann, J.D., MS.Ed.: Ph.D. Student, Educational Policy, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN; Attorney, Lewis Kappes PC, Merrillville, IN
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