The thinkLaw 2020 Top 5: Moments

The thinkLaw 2020 Top 5: Moments

2020 has been a year unlike any other! Here at thinkLaw, we’ve been reflecting on the events, accomplishments, and lessons this year has brought. As we move into 2021, we are more focused than ever on working to bring you powerful but practical tools for closing...
The thinkLaw 2020 Top 5: Blog Posts

The thinkLaw 2020 Top 5: Blog Posts

At thinkLaw, we strive to bring the world of critical thinking to you and your students in a way that is practical but powerful. One great resource that you can always access is our blog, where our Founder and CEO Colin Seale shares his thoughts. Check out our Top 5...
The thinkLaw 2020 Top 5: Articles

The thinkLaw 2020 Top 5: Articles

2020 has been a year unlike any other–a global pandemic, critical presidential election, nation-wide protests of the horrific police killings of black men and women. And, always, at the intersection of these events, is education and our students. thinkLaw...

The Real Test We Need For Our Pandemics Of COVID-19 And Racial Injustice: Assessing Standardized Tests, Teacher Diversity, And Antiracist Education With José Luis Vilson [Via Forbes]

  The COVID-19 pandemic forced every state to seek a waiver from annual standardized testing requirements. But before this, there is a long history of education advocates pushing for a complete rethinking of the outsized role of standardized exams as at least a...
Minneapolis Public Schools Is Rethinking Police Presence In Schools. Here Are 3 Reasons Equity-Focused School Systems Should Do The Same After The COVID-19 Pandemic [VIA FORBES]

Minneapolis Public Schools Is Rethinking Police Presence In Schools. Here Are 3 Reasons Equity-Focused School Systems Should Do The Same After The COVID-19 Pandemic [VIA FORBES]

Equity has been a recurring theme for educators across the country responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Equity was front and center as leaders sought to overcome the inequitable barriers to distance learning. Equity called for educators to think of novel, but...