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Illustrating Inequality

As the world becomes more complex, so do the tools we use to understand it. Students likely know that the ability to read and interpret

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Hidden Stories of History

This February marked the 100th anniversary of the founding of the League of Women Voters (LWV): a nonpartisan political organization devoted to educating voters in

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George W. Bush addresses Congress following 9/11
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The President’s Power

What are the limits of the president’s power? With the 2020 presidential primaries underway, this question is sure to be repeated in American Government classrooms

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Research List

Epidemics and Pandemics

Epidemics have the power to spread quickly, impacting travel, business, and public health. But pandemics are something else altogether: global events with the potential to

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Using Technology to Support High-Impact Educational Practice

Supercharge Your Group Work

When it comes to helping students learn, nothing beats good old-fashioned teamwork. Professor Karen S. Ivers knows that in a world where various technologies encourage

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Flagellants in Tournai, illustration

Living with the Black Death

The Black Death was the most devastating natural disaster in world history, killing an estimated 25 million people. Between headlines and horror movies, students are

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