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Educator Resource Toolkit

Resources for educators and school staff seeking to see and support children of incarcerated parents in educational settings

Action Steps for Educators

Steps to start supporting children of incarcerated parents in educational settings

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Creating Affirming Spaces

Learn how to create safer spaces for children of incarcerated parents

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Do's and Dont's

Watch this short video by the  SUSU youth team about how to best support

children with incarcerated parents

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2021 Youth Listening Session #2

The second panel featured young people alongside educators, administrators, and policy influencers sharing best practices for SEEing and SUPPORTing students with incarcerated parents.

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Youth.gov Poster

2019 SUSU art contest winner, Maison, draws his relationship with his incarcerated dad

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Teaching for Black Lives

Book edited By Dyan Watson, Jesse Hagopian, Wayne Au

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Youth.gov Resources

Find resources for school staff to support youth with incarcerated parents

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POPS The Club

Curriculum lessons for supporting children of incarcerated parents through self-expression

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Supporting Youth with Incarcerated Parents

Video for school staff supporting students with incarcerated parents

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NYC Resources

Fact sheet of NYC resources for children with incarcerated parents and their families

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Tip Sheet for Teachers

Pre-k through grade 12: supporting children who have an incarcerated parent

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National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated

Directory of national programs serving children and families of incarcerated people

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5 Tips for Educators

Not sure where to begin? Learn five tips on how educators can support students with incarcerated parents

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 Book List

Age-appropriate books for and

about children of incarcerated parents 

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2021 Youth Listening Session #1

The first panel featured young people who have experienced parental incarceration speaking about what helps and hinders their educational success and wellbeing.

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Youth Team: ASU Panel

The See Us, Support Us Youth team share how to best support youth with incarcerated parents at the ASU annual conference

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11 Million Days Lost

Resource on race, discipline and safety at US public schools

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Families Outside

Guidance and resources for schools supporting children impacted by incarceration

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Police-free Schools

A toolkit by Girls for Gender Equity for NYC schools on sustaining police-free schools

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Words Matter Guide

Using humanizing language when speaking about people impacted by incarceration

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Equal Justice Initiative Racial Justice Teaching Tools

Resources for exploring the nation's history of racial injustice and mass incarceration

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Advocates for Children

Tips for working with children of incarcerated parents

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The Conscious Kid

A website dedicated to equity and promoting healthy racial identity

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