Celebrate Black History Month
Black History Month is a time to both celebrate and reflect on the history of Black people in the United States. Our downloadable lesson plans will give you the tools to facilitate meaningful and inspiring discussion in your classroom.
Be The Change
Welcome to Quizlet’s Be the Change initiative. In partnership with Teaching Tolerance, Newsela, the New York Time’s 1619 Project and other leading organizations, we’ve gathered educational resources to support students and teachers in the discovery of America’s past and current social issues.
EmpathizeShow compassion and welcome all walks of life into your learning. We are all learning at different paces, but it is important we come together. Share resources, viewpoints, and understanding.
EmpowerTake meaningful action based on your learnings to empower your students, classmates, colleagues, friends, and family members.
Be The Change lesson plans provide step-by-step guidance for meaningful engagement with social justice issues.
Fighting for Democracy
Black Innovation: Science, Math, and Space
Fighting Mass Incarceration and Policing
Featured original articles
These are the primary source material for our Be The Change content. These sources include news articles, essays, podcasts and more that are centered on various topics.
Why American Prisons Owe Their Cruelty to Slavery
Thanks to a woman mathematician and the military, we now have GPS
What Is White Privilege, Really?
The future is now
We firmly believe in the power of education, and the change it can create. Quizlet is dedicated to providing resources that support people in their journeys to learn more about themselves and their communities. Together we can, and will, create the equitable world we want to live in.