Animal-Free Classrooms? PETA’s Hopes for Education in the Age of COVID-19

This fall, PETA hopes students returning to the classroom will find one thing missing: animals. Here’s why we must reshape and rethink education.

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Parents: Digital Dissection for Home Learning

TeachKind’s list of science resources will have your kids learning quickly and humanely at home!

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Teacher Spotlight: Meet Dr. Juliana Texley

Get to know former NSTA president and veteran STEM educator Dr. Juliana Texley and learn about her mission to end the use of animals for classroom dissection.

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This Is the Future of Frog Dissection

This new state-of-the-art technology will help spare millions of frogs worldwide, improve student learning, and eliminate exposure to toxic chemicals!

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ENTER NOW: TeachKind’s ‘Cut Out Dissection’ Contest!

There’s no need to cut open dead animals for science. Win FREE virtual-dissection software for your class instead!

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Modern and Humane Science Education: TeachKind’s Samantha Suiter on ‘The PETA Podcast’

PETA’s manager of science education, Samantha Suiter, talks to host Emil Guillermo about ways PETA helps students and educators fight against cruel, meaningless animal dissection.

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Apple’s Top iPad App of 2018 Is Virtual-Dissection App Froggipedia

With so many modern, kind, cost-effective ways to explore animals’ anatomies, it’s no wonder Froggipedia was named Apple’s iPad App of the Year.

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All These Celebrities Have Spoken Out Against Dissection

These celebrities know that dissection is dangerous, unethical, and unnecessary. Share their inspiring messages with your students, and pledge to cut out dissection today.

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Teacher Spotlight: Meet Sam Suiter, TeachKind’s Senior Science Education Specialist

Get to know biology instructor and TeachKind staffer Samantha, and learn why she embraces virtual dissection and other humane science tools instead of dissection.

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Don’t Cancel Science! Dissect Digitally Instead

Are school closings affecting your science classes? Check out these top digital dissection programs for effective off-site teaching!

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Make Dissection Digital!

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University of Minnesota Veterinarian Gives Thumbs Up to Drowning Birds—Act Now!

The veterinarian’s oath requires her to prevent suffering, but birds apparently need protection from her. Demand that her bosses condemn the drowning of birds!

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We Are All Animals: Comparative Biology With a Compassionate Twist

Teaching phylogeny or taxonomy? Use this video and other resources to remind students that we’re all animals and the same in all the ways that matter!

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Virtual Dissection Now!

Dissection is dangerous, unethical, and unnecessary—here’s why

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Why Every Teacher Should Be Anti-Vivisection—Starting With Dissection

Animal testing is bad science, and all educators should know why.

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School District Ends Cat Dissection—Urge It to End ALL Dissection!

The North East Independent School District (NEISD) has recently ended cat dissection–which is a great first step! But NO animal should ever be used for dissection.

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Epidemic: Kids Hurting Animals

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind