We Are The Student Ignition Society

Radically inclusive educators for early childhood

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OUR Mission

Share What You've Learned

We are education activists modeling progressive social change in early childhood education throughout the US.

 

We are committed to helping each other:

  • Develop inclusive classrooms practices
  • Create intersectionally progressive home school initiatives
  • Teach through a lens of anti-oppression and equity
  • Cultivate interdependent learning communities
  • Ignite the next generation of kind and brilliant leaders

Start Collaborating

Connect with progressive educators like you in our free online support community to share ideas and ask for help.

Simple 5-minute actions make a big impact on accessibility and quality of early childhood education.

Student tools, lesson plans, and peer-reviewed resources to support you in driving social change.

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Educators Like You

We’re a growing group of progressive educators collaborating on social-justice oriented curricula.
  • Share lessons you’ve created.
  • Seek advice and request peer reviews.
  • Create a support network of radically progressive peers.

If you need resources to help with:

  • Navigating uncomfortable classroom topics and student discussions
  • Dismantling entrenched supremacy and whitewashing in education administration
  • Supporting students & their families in advocating for social progress.

Get Free Resources >

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Carly MH

“For anyone struggling with how to talk about the detention of immigrants at the border with your kids, I found the Student Ignition Society Immigration Solidarity Toolkit really helpful.”

– Carly M.H.

National community Organizer
& Parent of 2
CALIFORNIA, USA

Laurel CW

“Please support this fantastic resource!

The Student Ignition Society is doing so much work to help educators and our community!”

– Laurel C. W.

Homeschooling parent of 3
MASSACHUSETTS, USA

Elizabeth S.

“Wondering about how to talk to your kids about the history of Columbus and Indigenous people and genocide?

Want to start a framework for telling the truth about American history? Here is a great toolkit.

We can do it.” 

– Elizabeth S.
International Community Organizer
& parent of 1
KAGAWA PREFECTURE, JAPAN

About US

@2020 Ashia Ray of Raising Luminaries & The Student Ignition Society. All rights reserved. Text & images may not be re-posted in whole or in part, without written permission. 

Images used by the following creators, with permission via Unsplash: Ian Schnieder, @taypaigey, @acharki95, @brookecagle, @davisthephotographer, @gemmachuatran, @mkozubphoto. This page was last updated on 03/12/20 by Ashia R.

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