For K-12 Educators

Heterodox Academy K-12 Education Community

Heterodox K-12 Education aims to promote respectful, critical, and challenging discourse about the issues impacting K-12 schools as well as other educational settings, such as afterschool programs, online learning platforms, and homeschooling initiatives. Participants should be affiliated with K-12 education as a classroom teacher, college of education faculty member, district or school administrator, school board member, PTA member, college student studying education, policymaker, or educational non-profit staff.

Questions? Please contact William Reusch, Social Studies Teacher at Shalhevet High School, at

Heterodox Academy’s Resources for K-12 Educators:

Heterodox Academy’s High School Classroom Activity Series:

Educational Liberty Alliance’s Advocacy Tools:

The Mill Center’s resources on critical thinking:

Heterodox Academy Member and Educator Robert Rue’s document, “Principles and Practices for Academic Inquiry”

(Designed for Humanities courses, but also relevant to other disciplines.)

“Growing Diversity of Thought in K-12 Education: Current Challenges and the Path Ahead” is supported in full by Heterodox Academy, other than for Session 3 of the event titled “Educational Liberty Alliance Debate,” which is supported by Educational Liberty Alliance. The ability for HxA to provide Grants for HxCommunities events and other activities are made possible in full through the support of the John Templeton Foundation.

The opinions expressed at these events (or through such activities) are those of the individual grantees, organizers, speakers, presenters, other sponsors and attendees of such events/activities and do not necessarily reflect the views of Heterodox Academy and/or the John Templeton Foundation.

© 2021 K-12 Diversity of Thought

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