Student Classroom Resources Survey
Thank you for sharing your responses in the survey below about lessons and resources in schools. Your responses will be kept confidential - we will not sure your name or other information with anyone. 

We will use your responses to create lesson plans and teaching materials to help teachers and students in their classrooms. These materials will be designed to be "culturally sustaining," meaning they focus on and uplift diverse cultures to ensure all students see themselves and their communities reflected in their courses.

Classroom censorship policies are laws and rules that try to stop teachers and students from discussing truthful history, the way historical injustice impacts the present, and the real lives of students of color, LGBTQ+ students, and others.

Note: We call these measures "classroom censorship" instead of "critical race theory" because attempts to block students from learning the real truth about history and that limit student civic participation are censorship. These types of bills only divide our country further and are harmful to all students. Learn more at
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What grade level describes you? *
Have you read aboout or heard anyone in your school or community talk about "classroom censorship policies" -- the laws or rules that try to limit what can be taught to young people in their classrooms?   *
Classroom censorship policies in my state or school district have had an impact on (please check all that apply) *
If you selected "other," please explain why below
What tools would be helpful for teachers and students in your school(s) to have in order to feel prepared to talk about history, social justice issues, racial justice issues, current events, controversial topics, and other challenging issues? (select all that apply) *
If you selected "other," please explain which types of materials and other supports would be most helpful below.
What topics do you wish you were able to discuss more with your teachers and classmates? (check all that apply) *
Please use the space below to elaborate on your answer above about resources and materials that are needed in your school. Please be as specific as possible when naming topics so that we can create the most useful materials for teachers and students. *
Are you and other young people currently asking for lessons about identity, history, current events, discrimination etc? *
If you selected "yes" in the question above, what are you or other students asking for and how are your schools responding? *
Is there anything else you would like to share about the impact of censorship laws and policies, and the types and topics of resources that would be most useful in schools?
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