Let the Revolution Begin: Student Activism May Be Key to Academic Achievement

These young people aren’t afraid to speak up when they see that something’s wrong.

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HEROES: Newport News, Virginia, Students Are Changing the World for Dogs in Need

Here at TeachKind, we want all dogs to live indoors with their families. But PETA works in areas where many people are unfamiliar with the concept of allowing them to do so and where the law allows owners to keep dogs chained outdoors around the clock. That’s why PETA puts together and gives away sturdy,… Read more »

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Students Speak Up for Betta Fish: A Lesson in Citizenship and Social Justice

It’s easy to incorporate compassion for animals into your curriculum. Just take this kind teacher’s word for it!

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See These High School Students Save Ducklings

Compassionate students—and their teacher!—are being recognized for helping a stranded family of ducks find their way to water.

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NYC Kids Walk for Elephants

Compassionate students are being recognized for “adopting” an elephant at a Tennessee sanctuary and raising funds for her care.

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Pup Patrol Helps Dogs in a Pickle

These students are using their compassion for animals to help prevent overpopulation. Let their actions inspire your class.

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Michigan Students Are Saving Animals Left and Right

Share these stories with your students to inspire them to take action, too!

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16 Times Schools and Students Spoke Up for Orcas

Will your school be the next to take a stand against keeping orcas in captivity?

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High School Student vs. Glue Traps

No school should ever use glue traps—and high school student Abby will inspire you to make sure your school isn’t supporting cruelty!

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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