Category: Classrooms

Research List

Civil Rights Change-Makers

The March on Washington in 1963 was the largest peaceful protest in American history. More than 200,000 people gathered at the National Mall to voice

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Photo Essay

The Shrinking Aral Sea

Climate change has been described as a “slow-moving crisis”—one that has developed over decades and requires long-term vision to address. This presents a unique challenge

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Primary Source

Wonders of the Natural World

Great writing invites us to a sensory experience—to see, hear, feel, smell, and taste—and such writing has the power to capture our students’ interest, ignite

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The Art of Coping with COVID

Students aren’t always ones to share how they’re feeling—at least, not with their teachers. But that doesn’t stop us from being committed to their emotional

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