Teacher’s Guide Now Available for Sí, Se Puede: The Latino Heroes Who Changed the United States

We are pleased to share a new teacher’s guide for the graphic novel Sí, Se Puede by Julio Anta and illustrated by Yasmín Flores Montañez. From community activism to the halls of government, pop-culture, arts, and beyond, Latinos have shaped every aspect of American life. Nevertheless, these significant figures and their contributions are often left

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Teacher’s Guide Now Available for Advocate: A Graphic Memoir of Family, Community, and the Fight for Environmental Justice

We are pleased to share a new teacher’s guide for Eddie Ahn’s graphic memoir, Advocate. A moving graphic memoir, Advocate follows Eddie Ahn, an environmental justice lawyer and activist striving to serve diverse communities in San Francisco amidst environmental catastrophes, an accelerating tide of racial and economic inequality, burnout, and his family’s expectations. Weaving together

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Books for LGBTQIA+ Pride Month

In June we celebrate Pride Month, which honors the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan and highlights the accomplishments of those in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual + (LGBTQIA+) community, while recognizing the ongoing struggles faced by many across the world who wish to live as their most authentic selves. Here is

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Books for Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Every May we celebrate the rich history and culture of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. Browse a curated selection of fiction and nonfiction books by AANHPI creators that we think your students will love. Find our collections of titles here: Middle School High School

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Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond: Complimentary Slideshow for Classroom Use Now Available

We are pleased to share a new resource for Pulitzer Prize–winning sociologist Matthew Desmond’s Poverty, by America, out in paperback on March 26, 2024. Click here to access and download an extensive PowerPoint presentation, created to aid and enhance the teaching of the book and easily adaptable to meet educators’ classroom needs. In this landmark

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Applications Open for the Pulitzer Center’s 1619 Education Impact Grant

Penguin Random House Education is pleased to share an opportunity for educators to bring The 1619 Project into their classrooms, through an exciting grant initiative from the Pulitzer Center.   Click here to learn more and for instructions on how to apply.    As an official education partner of The 1619 Project since its original publication in The

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Author Julio Anta Visits Multilingual Educators Event

On January 8th a group of over twenty middle and high school New York City educators had the opportunity to meet and learn from Julio Anta, author of Sí, Se Puede (Ten Speed Graphic). The event was hosted by PRH Education at the Penguin Random House headquarters as part of a professional development training cohort

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NOW AVAILABLE: Teacher’s Guide for Matthew Desmond’s Poverty, by America

Penguin Random House Education is pleased to announce that a teacher’s guide for Poverty, by America by sociologist Matthew Desmond is now available. Click here to view and download this free educator resource, featuring discussion questions, classroom activities, prompts for further research, and more. The United States, the richest country on earth, has more poverty

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Books for Native American Heritage Month

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month this November, Penguin Random House Education is highlighting the stories of our authors and illustrators who represent the Indigenous Experience. Using #StoriesoftheLand, #NativeAmericanbooks, and #Indigenousreads, join us in putting a spotlight on the rich and diverse stories showcasing the important contributions and experiences of Native people. Here is

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